Acting for private and public sector organisations who have significant financial, operational or reputational value at risk.
Uncover, analyse and clarify facts at the centre of disputes, frauds and other sensitive commercial matters.
Assists clients to grow, protect and recover value in their real estate portfolios.
Working with organisations to stabilise the business or to recover value on behalf of stakeholders.
We are Asia-Pacific’s trusted advisers in forensic, real estate, corporate advisory and restructuring.
KordaMentha staff are actively engaged in giving back to their communities.
Our reach is global with eight offices across Australia, Jakarta and Singapore.
“Helping you know whether it is worth the fight.”
Andrew believes that understanding what’s at stake is the key to resolving any dispute.
For over 25 years, he has assisted Australian and international clients involved in complex commercial disputes – working ‘behind-the-scenes’ with the legal team preparing or reviewing claims and determining case strategy or acting as an independent expert, preparing reports and giving evidence in courts and before tribunals.
In either role, Andrew’s thorough analysis and clear communication helps clients and their opponents come to grips with the critical financial aspects of their disputes. This maximises the likelihood of early and successful resolution, allowing clients to get back to what really matters to them.
Outside the office, Andrew and his family have for decades supported NGOs in countries like Kazakhstan, Cambodia and the Philippines to address grassroots and transnational poverty and injustice.
Chartered AccountantValuation of shares, businesses and assetsPreparation of expert reports and provision of expert evidenceCourt-appointed referee and party-appointed expert determinator.
Bachelor of Commerce (Hons)Bachelor of Laws (Hons)Graduate Diploma in Applied Finance and InvestmentAccredited Business Valuation and Forensic Accounting Specialist.
Leadership and expertise are celebrated in the latest round of Who's Who Legal publications for 2020.
Many claims for loss and damage require identification of the ‘value’ of an asset or interest. But what does ‘value’ mean, and how is it to be established? In this case, the High Court of Australia considered how to arrive at an ‘objective economic value’ for certain native title rights and how to determine the amount of compensation for ‘cultural loss’.
A recent judgment in the NSW Supreme Court considered the admissibility of new opinions arising out of joint expert conferences. In this article, Andrew Ross examines the judgment and its potential broader implications for expert opinions expressed in joint reports and concurrent evidence.