Greg Huitson-Little is an "extremely thorough expert" who comes highly recommended for "his ability to review and summarise vast amounts of information in a short time" as well as his "user-friendly approach".
Greg works with clients on the financial aspects of litigations and disputes. He provides advice throughout the litigation process: during pre-action stages to assist clients considering whether to bring a case, undertaking early assessments to identify where losses may lie, providing advice in relation to information and evidence that may be required, through to detailed assessment of losses and the preparation of independent expert evidence for use in court or arbitration.
Greg’s experience covers a range of industries and litigation forums. His predominant practice sits within the quantum aspects of commercial litigation: assessing loss of profits or changes in value, typically arising from breaches or non-performance of contracts. As well as commercial litigation, he focuses on the quantum aspects of intellectual property litigation, including matters in the technology and telecoms sectors. Greg’s work also includes transaction-related disputes: as well as independent and impartial expert roles, he can provide partial advice during the completions process to drive value, and undertake independent determinations to resolve disputes between parties.
Greg is a director based in London with more than 15 years’ experience, and is a fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales. He studied mathematics at St John’s College, Oxford; undertook his training with a small firm of accountants in London performing audits of SMEs, owner-managed and private companies; and, prior to joining AlixPartners, spent a number of years in the forensic department of a big four firm in London.