McDonnell Douglas Recovered More Than $200 Million From Federal Government Over U.S. Navy Contract Dispute

Case Study: Government Contracts

Summary McDonnell Douglas Corporation (McDonnell Douglas) was contracted by the U.S. Navy to engineer and develop a carrier-based trainer aircraft. As the project evolved, the Navy ordered several changes to the contracted design, resulting in excess costs. McDonnell Douglas sought to recover these costs and filed a claim with the Navy which was rejected. Consequently,…

Chevron awarded more than $18 million in a contract dispute with the Department of Energy

Case Study: Government Contracts

Summary Beginning in 1944, Chevron, U.S.A., Inc., (“Chevron”) and the US Government jointly operated portions of the Elk Hills Oil Field. Eventually, responsibility for the Government’s management of the field was transferred to the Department of Energy (“DOE”). In 1996, the DOE was required by Congress to sell its ownership interest in the oil field….

Kenrich personnel conducted forensic analysis related to an international financial institution’s alleged financial crimes

Case Study: Forensic Accounting

Kenrich personnel assisted outside counsel related to a major U.S. bank’s involvement with an international financial institution. The international financial institution was alleged to be involved with money laundering and other financial crimes, including an interest in the U.S. bank, as well as operating in secrecy to avoid regulatory review. Our work included: Reviewed the…

Kenrich Personnel Analyzed Damages In A Widely Known Savings And Loan Litigation

Case Study: Financial Institutions

Kenrich personnel assisted in the determination of damages in the widely known “Winstar” supervisory goodwill savings and loan litigations. Our work included: Performing extensive banking industry and economic analyses for the purpose of determining lost profits and other damages resulting from the United States government’s breach of contract. Preparing numerous detailed models for multiple financial…

Kenrich Personnel Analyzed The Impact Of A Breached Supplier Agreement In The Synthetic Fuel Industry

Case Study: Commercial Damages

Kenrich personnel analyzed the impact of a breached supplier agreement. In this matter, the defendant had allegedly failed to deliver coal within contract-specified boundaries that would be used to derive a specialized synthetic fuel. Failing to obtain the coal to the contractual specifications, the plaintiff incurred significant damages related to the loss of value from…

Kenrich Engaged To Oversee The Investigation And Analysis Of Dormant Swiss Bank Accounts

Case Study: Business Consulting

Kenrich personnel were retained by Paul Volcker and the Independent Committee of Eminent Persons to assist in an extensive, multi-year effort in the oversight of the investigation and analysis of dormant Swiss bank accounts of victims of Nazi persecution. Our work included: Selecting the international accounting firms that were ultimately retained for the account analysis…

Kenrich Personnel Retained By A Multi-Billion Dollar Company To Assist On An Alleged Fraudulent Conveyance Matter

Case Study: Bankruptcy

Kenrich personnel were retained by a multi-billion dollar mining company to provide expert testimony related to an alleged fraudulent conveyance. In this matter, the defendant had transferred a Peruvian mining company from a financially distressed U.S. subsidiary to an international subsidiary, allegedly to protect the valuable Peruvian company from U.S. bankruptcy court. The U.S. subsidiary…