Dispute Advisory Services - South Africa Service Sheet
FTI Consulting synthesizes financial, competitive and industry information to help clients unravel challenging financial and economic issues in commercial disputes.
Our experienced global team provides valuable insight and clarity, helping clients during every stage of a contested matter, from early case assessment and discovery to case strategy, damages analysis and settlement services including digital evidence management and presentation thereof. Our senior professionals are highly skilled at communicating our findings through expert testimony in various judicial forums, including civil and criminal courts, commissions of inquiry, internal hearings and the like, as well as in arbitration and mediation proceedings.
The accounting, economics and finance specialists on our global arbitration team have extensive experience in valuation and damages quantification in the context of treaty and commercial arbitration. FTI Consulting experts clearly and concisely substantiate damages calculations with written reports and expert testimony.
Our arbitration specialists regularly testify in treaty and commercial arbitrations before major international bodies, including the ICC, LCIA, SCC, ICDR, ICSID (including NAFTA and ECT disputes), and the Iran-U.S. Claims Tribunal, as well as ad hoc arbitrations through local arbitration bodies, domestic courts and tribunals.
From discovery to settlement, we work with clients involved in court cases, arbitration tribunals and administrative hearings to develop the strongest possible litigation strategy.
From early case assessment through to trial, our experienced professionals provide practical, hands-on experience that helps unravel the complexities of a situation to develop a solid litigation strategy.
Our early case assessment involves collaboration with in-house and external as opposed to outside counsel, senior management and our professionals to identify and implement cost- effective strategies and make an initial evaluation of potential damages or exposure. This early review helps reduce discovery costs and prepare for litigation or settlement negotiations.