When the case is complex and the trail hard to follow, our experienced litigation team helps attorneys and clients untangle the financial aspects of disputes involving economic loss, matrimonial disputes, wrongful death, and fraud investigations.
Your counsel needs the right resources and information to protect and defend you and your legal interests. Our litigation support practice combines the skills and expertise of our professionals with leading-edge technology and years of business litigation experience.
We emphasize collaborative planning and frequent face-to-face communication with counsel to make sure nothing is overlooked. This kind of continuous interaction guarantees that new developments and issues are quickly identified and incorporated into the engagement, so that you receive the most cost-effective approach.
Our team helps your counsel research, investigate and unravel the events and issues in question. This may involve interviewing witnesses, assembling evidence, reconstructing transactions, analyzing financial data, and then organizing the results.
Our professionals have backgrounds in accounting, finance, economics, and law among other fields. They look beyond the numbers to render accurate, professional evaluations and reports that are straightforward and easy to understand.
Our experts can determine the appropriate economic damages involved in when you have experienced a loss. This calculation can include lost wages, lost profits or market share in a business, and damages to property, to name a few. We can help cut through the emotion involved in a loss and assess the actual numbers, to assist your counsel in presenting a logical, sustainable proposal.
The financial web of marital disputes is often tangled, and can be difficult for attorneys to unravel. Our team provides expert consulting and testimony to assist lawyers and their clients in divorce and other marital disputes. We can help draft financial, tax and valuation provisions for pre- and post-nuptial agreements, and establish the value of marital assets.
Our professionals are adept at working with counsel to craft financial strategies for divorce proceedings. We have uncovered financial data to help our clients resolve unique issues and have assisted with high-profile divorce cases and built a reputation for professionalism, expertise and results.
Our litigation experience includes success in the final disposition of matters through informal negotiations, sworn depositions, and court appearances. This is an essential part of our services and we dedicate the resources necessary to help ensure the strength and success of our position. Our work has been tested before federal and state courts. Our depth of experience, credentials, and ability to document and support our opinions also result in our being frequently engaged as expert witnesses in marital dispositions and wrongful death litigation.
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Last week, SGA received some clarification regarding the Oregon Commercial Activities Tax (CAT), the recently passed gross receipts tax that we told you about earlier this summer.
Oregon Department of Revenue (ODOR) hosted a two-hour webinar to discuss the tax. The following information is what we now have available to pass along to you. In review, the Oregon legislature passed...
Although the original tax filing deadline has come and gone, extension deadlines will be here before you know it. As you know, your returns are currently on extension.
If you have provided us all the information to complete your returns, thank you! We'll be in touch soon with any additional questions we may have prior to finishing your returns.
We wanted to update you on a recent development in Oregon’s gross receipts tax.
Several weeks ago, we notified you regarding a bill that had passed the Oregon legislature which levies a gross receipts tax on businesses with gross receipts over $1 million. The tax is $250 plus 0.57% of sales over that $1 million mark. A subtraction of 35% of the greater of labor costs...