Litigation Support

Supporting attorneys with expert opinions

Effective litigation support requires a team of certified experts experienced in dispute resolution working alongside attorneys from discovery through a trial or hearing.

Litigation requiring support generally comes in the form of assessing and delivering an opinion on complex accounting, business, valuation or tax issues associated with a dispute and can include:

  • Discovery and identification of facts relative to professional services malpractice claims
  • Determining a factual basis for calculating damages due to interruptions in business
  • Uncovering facts and realities of business bankruptcies
  • Calculating economic damages from situations ranging from contract disputes to fraud
  • Uncovering facts, situations and assets in marital disputes
  • Finding and hiring credible professionals for alternative dispute resolution

A key challenge for attorneys is finding and developing a solid working relationship with credentialed, certified experts that can deliver both insights and trusted written or oral testimony.



“The Adams Brown team has been a constant source of good information concerning my business.”

Richard Brockman – Brockman Equipment Leasing, Inc. – Leawood, KS


Litigation Support Solutions

Litigation requires advice and counsel from both an attorney and often an outside expert. It’s common to need someone who can investigate finance and business situations under dispute, with a focus on identifying facts, quantifying monetary effects and serving as expert witnesses.

Attorneys have looked to us for guidance in the following litigation support service areas:

  • Asset tracking
  • Banker/lender collateral investigation
  • Contract dispute
  • Copyright or patent infringement
  • Criminal tax matters
  • Discovery and depositions
  • Economic damage assessments
  • Evaluation of tax matters in proposed settlements
  • Expert witness testimony
  • Financial statement misrepresentation
  • Forensic accounting and analysis
  • Fraud or embezzlement
  • Marital dissolution
  • Product liability
  • Professional malpractice
  • Record reconstruction
  • Shareholder, member and principal disputes
  • Tax amnesty programs
  • Undue influence
  • White collar crimes