Sometimes things do not quite go as expected. Economics can play a key role in putting wrongs to right.

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Our dispute support work

Our expertise in economics, finance, and statistical and econometric techniques means that Frontier is able to provide the high quality support that clients require in managing disputes effectively – whether in litigation, arbitration or alternative dispute resolution environments.

The ability to bring empirical evidence to bear in testing or supporting claims for loss or damage – using statistical and econometric techniques where appropriate – is one of our core capabilities. These include financial analysis, modelling, valuing, risk analysis, econometrics and contract design.  From the statistical analysis of demand to the financial implications of transfer pricing, we provide clients with detailed and accurate valuations and estimates of lost profit.

We are frequently called on to provide expert reports and testimony to support clients in formulating and developing evidence for their case as well as assessing and responding to evidence from the various parties to a dispute. Our consultants are experienced in writing witness statements and are able to present ideas logically, fluently and concisely. We work alongside clients and their legal advisors, advising on submissions, responses and tactics.

Frontier Economics, and Philip Williams in particular, are in the select group of the very best expert economists in Australia, both as independent experts working under the Federal Court rules and for behind-the-scenes strategic assistance. They are accessible and responsive, have a broad experience of many industries and transactions, and, most importantly, understand the Australian legal context in which their evidence and reports are to be used.

Paul Hughes

Frontier are the rare breed of advisor – practical, responsive, inventive yet straight to the point.

Matt Healy
Macquarie Telecom

Frontier are a group of super-switched on individuals that are very good to work with.

Adrian Christian

Frontier’s understanding of economic theory and business reality ensures that its economic advice in areas of competition law is consistently insightful, timely and pragmatic and its economists are talented and easy to work with.

Jacqueline Downes

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