Chicago-based Navigant Consulting has almost 50 offices across North America, Europe, the Middle East and Asia providing clients with a range of advisory, consulting, outsourcing, and technology or analytics services. With a majority of its clients in the healthcare, energy and financial services industries, the firm regularly places itself at the forefront of challenging business conditions, choosing to focus on clients facing significant transformational change as well as difficult regulatory or legal pressures. The firm is praised for the expertise of its professionals who possess deep industry-specific insight and provide clients with dynamic, solutions-oriented advice.
|Total number of listings:||39|
|Construction - Quantum and Delay:||14|
|Economic Consulting - Competition Economists:||7|
|Economic Consulting - Quantum of Damages:||6|
|Forensics & Litigation Consulting - Accountants:||9|
|Forensic and Litigation Consultants - Digital:||4|
Navigant Consulting is well represented in our construction quantum and delay chapter. The firm garners 14 listings including two of the most highly regarded experts: Jon Prudhoe and Greg Crider. The “unflappable” Prudhoe, a veteran of over 70 appointments, “stands up well to cross-examination on the stand”. In the firm’s Washington, DC office, Greg Crider is an expert with considerable experience in planning and scheduling, as well as project management issues. Garry Crossley in Singapore is “highly valued” for his 25 years of experience across a range of sectors including utilities, oil and gas, infrastructure and transportation. In London, Michael Stokes’ significant expertise in the field of damages, delay and disruption and professional negligence.
The firm is also home to several leading experts in the forensic and litigation consulting arena. Mark Taylor is a “seasoned veteran” with over 20 years of experience as a forensic accountant acting in a number of disputes across Europe, MENA, the US and South East Asia. He is joined in London by David Lawler, another “towering figure” who has acted as an expert witness on financial and accounting issues, commercial wrongdoing and due diligence. In Chicago, Jim Vint heads the firm’s eDiscovery practice and is renowned for being “a remarkably through expert witness who exudes authority and credibility on the stand.”
In the economic consulting chapter, several of the firm’s individuals are singled out as leading expert witnesses. The “famed” Brent Kaczmarek leads the firm’s international arbitration group and has acted in over 20 cases involving damages claims in excess of US$1 billion. The Chicago-based James Langenfeld leads the firm’s antitrust and competition practice and is renowned for his “intellectual rigour” and “careful analysis”.