Dispute Resolution

Chess Consulting provides expert testimony and consulting to assist companies and their legal counsel with disputes involving accounting, damages, and regulatory compliance matters. We provide clients with expert accounting, financial, and compliance capabilities to assist with disputes and litigation in a variety of areas.

 

Areas of expertise on dispute resolution matters include, but are not limited to:

  • Accounting Malpractice
  • Bid Protests
  • Business Valuation
  • Commercial Damages
  • Damage Analysis
  • Forensic Accounting
  • Government Contracting
  • Insurance Claims
  • Intellectual Property
  • Labor and Employment
  • Purchase/Sale Transactions

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