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Earthquakes Affect the Media
Earthquakes Affect the Media

The Christchurch earthquakes caused material damage and business interruption losses to an Australian media company. Our analysis took into consideration the impact of customer dependency, different revenue streams, structural changes in the media sector, and growth in local media demand.

  • Insurance / Quantification
  • Technology, Media & Telecoms
  • Property / CAT
  • Australia
Loss Analysis Leads to Motive

A fire at a retail store after hours resulted in a claim for damages. We were initially retained to analyze the stock loss and business income loss. We ultimately gave testimony to the Grand Jury and at the criminal trial regarding the business owner’s financial motive to start the fire. We prepared graphs and charts to visually depict the plaintiff’s financial health leading up to the incident. The owner was convicted and jailed for arson.

  • Legal / Quantification
  • Retail & Consumer
  • Forensic Investigation / Fraud
  • United States
Discovering Pretend Waste

We provided a review of a suspected fraud in Nigeria involving ship waste, which is usually discharged at the end of a voyage and waste disposal is charged by weight. The captain of a ship colluded with a wastage company to document a heavier amount than was actually discharged, and the additional money received was split between the parties.

  • Insurance / Quantification / Investigation
  • Marine
  • Financial Lines / Crime & Fidelity
  • Nigeria
Storm Surge Destroys Merchandise

Quantified and traced merchandise losses sustained in a warehouse following storm surge from Superstorm Sandy. The claim was based on a physical inventory count conducted 10 months prior to the incident. Destroyed goods were not properly accounted for by the insurer’s salvor during clean-up, leaving no verification of actual losses. Analysis of accounting documents and shipping protocols uncovered during the investigation demonstrated the true quantity and value of merchandise destroyed was less than originally claimed.

  • Insurance / Quantification
  • Property / Property Damage
  • United States
Reliance on a Single Customer

Valuation of a brokerage business where principal issues revolved around selection of appropriate comparative businesses and the valuation multiple. We allowed that the subject company acted as a facilitator for a single non-UK entity identifying potential business in one class, and was wholly reliant on a single customer. We concluded that without supplier support, the company would cease to exist in its present form and any discount applied should be between 60% and 80%.

  • Corporate / Valuation
  • Transaction Advisory
  • United Kingdom
Valuation for Tax Reporting
Valuation for Tax Reporting

Valued the equity of a multi-level direct sales organization engaged in the design and retail sale of jewelry. We worked on behalf of a related party's charitable trust that had received a large grant of stock several years prior that was being reacquired.

  • Corporate / Valuation
  • Retail & Consumer
  • Transaction Advisory
  • United States
contract disputes
Contract Dispute at the Border

Measured damages in regard to a contract dispute between parties involved in the construction of a US border fence project, including the review and analysis of various contract documents, plans, and construction schedules.

  • Legal / Quantification
  • Construction
  • Disputes / Contractual Dispute
  • United States
Complex Loss of Earnings Claim
Complex Loss of Earnings Claim

A road traffic accident in the UK lead to review of a complex loss of earnings claim. Key issues included the claimant's work status at the time of the incident and a lack of supporting financial documentation.

  • Insurance / Quantification
  • Liability / Casualty
  • United Kingdom
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