Litigation Support and Forensic Accounting
Norman is supported by another member of the Wilder Coe LLP Forensic Unit, Bee Lean Chew.
Our forensic accounting team has worked with the legal profession on a wide range of businesses and industries providing a thorough Investigation and a clear and concise presentation of facts. Our role is to determine precisely the matters at issue and quantify the financial redress and give oral evidence in Court.
We offer a free initial consultation.
Membership of NIFA
NIFA was launched in 1999 to create a network providing
legal practices and insurers with an unrivalled, local,
cost effective forensic accountancy service.
of NIFA enables us to call on a national pool of experience
and knowledge in the forensic accounting field to benefit
ourselves and our clients
It also means we are kept fully informed and up-to-date with the latest developments.
The NIFA London group was formed in 2010 from experienced member firms in NIFA, to offer a dedicated service to the legal profession in London and to provide ready access to quality experts able to respond to your specific requirements.
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The following are areas where our forensic team has considerable experience:
- Partnership /Shareholder disputes
- Business and share valuations
- Consequential loss / business interruption
- Contract disputes / breach of warranty
- Section 459 petitions (Unfair Prejudice)
- Expert determinations.
- Claims evaluation
- Investigation of fraudulent claims
- Loss of profit / consequential loss
Insolvency Related Matters
- Negligence of Insolvency practitioners
- Fee disputes of insolvency practitioners
- Directors disqualification
- Insolvency Act offences
- Theft Act Offences
Matrimonial / Family
- Assessment of real earnings
- Valuation of businesses and unquoted shares
- We can also assist with dispute resolution.
- Legal aid work is undertaken.
- Advice to Trustees of Pension Funds on the ability of the employer to repay a pension fund deficit within
the constraints of the Pension Regulator