We are a firm with invaluable skills and knowledge in the complex area of commercial businesses including insolvency. This is an area which can be especially challenging to insolvency practitioners, as well as companies and their directors. We provide commercial assessments in the area of Risk Analysis and evaluate on the prospects of success/recovery and where relevant refer our clients to the appropriate professionals including licensed legal practitioners. We are NOT legal practitioners NOR do we offer legal advice.
What is Risk Analysis?
Risk analysis is a review and analytical process that includes identifying and quantifying uncertainties, estimating their impact on outcomes that may be sought, building a risk analysis review that expresses these elements in quantitative form, exploring these opinions through simulation and sensitivity analysis, and making risk management decisions that can help avoid, mitigate, or otherwise deal with risk.
In regard to possible conflict, risk analysis is the process of identifying and analysing potential issues that could negatively impact the outcome and help organisations avoid or mitigate those risks.
In brief, a conflict risk assessment is intended to provide our clients with an early, concise evaluation of the risks and costs.
Conflict Risk Assessment
Statistics show that over 95% of civil disputes settle. Many settle after a very expensive process. Many times the parties would have had the opportunity to resolve the dispute without incurring much of this expense.
Parties often can achieve better resolutions earlier, and dramatically reduce costs, through a rigorous early evaluation. Such a use of a structured approach for evaluating such matters – conflict assessment – is the key to this process, and begins even before costly steps are started and attempts to resolve the issue before it proceeds.
What are the benefits of Conflict Analysis?
What is Mediation?
The risk analysis process often includes mediation to save time and money for all involved parties. An unbiased third party helps all parties resolve their differences and reach an agreement, specifically financial. This quickly growing method can then act as a binding resolution.
Colin Seeger B.Juris, LL.B, Director & CEO is highly experienced in commercial contract negotiations, risks assessments and mediations and for over 40 years has provided commercial advice to a range of businesses and ventures which not only include accountancy firms and law practices but also to large corporations including television networks, and international sporting events.
From 1984 to 1990, he was Corporate Counsel and head of Legal & Business for Polygram Australia (now Universal Music), overseeing the Group’s legal work for the recording, home video and publishing divisions. This work included managing complex deal negotiations with groups such as the TV and radio industries.
Colin then became co-partner in Simpsons Solicitors, where amongst other areas he specialised in commercial transaction law. Clients included The Wiggles, Polygram Records (now Universal Music Group), Warner Music Publishing and MCA Music Publishing. In 1998 he sold his half of the practice to establish a specialist commercial advice consultancy.
Colin has also been a part time law lecturer in graduate degree courses, teaching commercial and business management subjects including intellectual property law, media law, cross-border money management and venture structuring.
In addition Colin was a sitting Member on the Ethics Committee for the Law Society of New South Wales.
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