Client in a multi-billion pound dispute:
"Acumen became a pivotal part of the litigation team and our first port of call for complex issues. They had the broad resources essential to handle a big case like ours."
We are highly-skilled and experienced at analysing vast quantities of disclosure material. Our approach combines select use of technology, our team’s markets experience and our litigation experience - spanning over nine years. Our outstanding results for our disclosure work are recognised and celebrated. Clients have reported several times that our disclosure support has marked a pivotal turning point in their dispute. Our disclosure service is frequently ranked as one of our most potent services, as finding the necessary information can be crucial for the development of the case as a whole.
We can equip your legal team with a reasoned, technical and objective understanding of the financial services issues raised by your case. We have found that it is only once a rigorous groundwork of specialist knowledge is acquired that the strongest legal arguments can develop. Our consultants are highly adept at identifying technical inconsistencies raised by the other side. We approach the study of the other side’s case as rigorously as in our forensic approach towards our own written reports.
Offering a bespoke response
We operate a forward-thinking and modern model which helps you assess your options in light of your case requirements and costs budget. We distinguish for clients the elements of our support in three tiers, explaining their advantages and disadvantages, summed up as:
- “Need to have”
- “Want to have”
- “Nice to have”
The first tier is the essential minimum work we would recommend for your case. The second tier is what we would recommend in addition to the first tier. The final tier is additional work which we believe may be of further benefit to your case. Through our proven ability in careful planning of software and data infrastructure, we are confident that the earlier we are enlisted by the client the more effective to the process we can be.