Litigation and Corporate Restructuring

Litigation and Corporate Restructuring
Litigation and Corporate Restructuring


Businesses face financial risks from internal and external events such as mergers and acquisitions, insolvency due to over-expansion, financial restatements and protracted litigation. These pressures can lead to complex litigation matters or the need to restructure a company’s capital structure in a Chapter 11 bankruptcy or outside a court-supervised process. While each event is unique, all must be understood from the root cause and managed with expediency to limit exposure.

How we can help:

Protiviti's litigation professionals have worked with companies around the world to manage the challenges they face today to help them come out stronger tomorrow. Our litigation advisory team can help with:

  • Litigation Consulting: performing pre-assessment, case discovery assistance, providing expert testimony and trial preparation. Our support begins in the early complaint drafting and discovery phases and we are with you through the damage analysis, trial preparation and expert testimony phases.
  • Secured Creditor and Lender Advisory: evaluating collateral, business plans, prepared amendments to loan agreements and the terms of Debtor-in-Possession (DIP) financing arrangements as well as, investigating alleged fraudulent behavior of the borrowers and working with federal authorities to complete the investigation.
  • Unsecured Creditor Advisory: reviewing short and long-term cash flow projections, evaluating the debtor’s strategies and turnaround plans, assessing and evaluating Plans of Reorganization, and performing financial and operational due diligence
  • Fiduciary Services: serving as fiduciaries and advisors in a variety of industries, managing pre- and post-confirmation entities. Protiviti has served, with the approval of the United States Bankruptcy Courts, in fiduciary roles such as trustee, examiner, receiver, plan administrator, and chief restructuring officer
  • Debtor Advisory: planning for bankruptcy, executing bankruptcy administrative tasks, planning confirmation and emergence
  • Post-Confirmation Trust: supporting the disposition of physical assets, evaluating the cost-benefit of any ongoing recovery actions, providing oversight of litigation strategy, conducting expert report preparation, providing deposition and trial testimony, and negotiating out-of-court resolutions