Providing well-supported, evidence-based information is critical for building a credible case. Our Valuation and Litigation Support Group combines highly specialized accounting, valuation and forensic expertise to look beyond the numbers and financial information in all facets of litigation and non-litigation matters. With a variety of resources and credentialed professionals all under one roof, Doeren Mayhew is a one-stop source for clients and the legal community.
Valuations can be a critical component of litigation support and non-litigation engagements alike. Understanding the value of your business allows professionals to make decisions that are more informed, logical and strategic.
Our valuation professionals use modern valuation practices and collaborate with forensic accounting, litigation support and tax professionals to ensure appropriate analysis of data during:
Whether the case requires the gathering and calculating of existing data, or probing to uncover hidden financial evidence, our professionals leave no stone unturned. Once organized, information is effectively communicated to counsel, clients, courts, law enforcement and other relevant parties through reports, exhibits, and other visual and audio aids. Doeren Mayhew uses this thorough approach to support formal and informal investigations in commercial litigation, economic loss, fraud and forensic matters, including:
Our professionals not only have the evidence-based information to support your goals, but understand how to best present the findings. As a result, we are trusted by the legal community as reliable expert witnesses who are prepared and organized.
Most importantly, we bring credibility to your case. That’s because our work starts long before trial even begins. Analyzing and evaluating not only the evidence we have, but opposing expert reports and testimony, Doeren Mayhew is well prepared for direct and cross examination.
The credibility, experience and preparedness that our expert witness professionals display provides the confidence you need in your case, whether: