Welcome to LitCon Group

LitCon Group provides financial analysis, schedule analysis, forensic accounting, and valuation services to lawyers involved in litigation, arbitration and mediation. Our professionals rely upon years of experience, coupled with a hands-on approach to efficiently deliver independent and accurate conclusions. Our senior consultants are actively involved in creating the analyses and work product that forms the basis of our opinions. This provides our testifiers an unparalleled knowledge of the facts and documents to rely upon for testimony in court.

Throughout the litigation process, LitCon Group professionals are with you every step along the way. We analyze and explain complex financial and business concepts in a manner that everyone can understand. This allows attorneys and management to effectively evaluate the strength of their case and make educated litigation decisions. And when cases go to trial, we have the ability to explain complex issues to judges and juries.

Current Events at LitCon

Latest News

Bryan DiLucente Appointed Trustee

Bryan F. DiLucente, Managing Director, has be appointed to be on the Board of Trustees of Carlow University in Pittsburgh.  Carlow University is a a private, four-year, Catholic, liberal arts university primarily for women.


Upcoming Conferences

Steve Dowd and Christina Casciato will be attending at the Insurance Coverage Litigation Committee CLE Seminar from March 4-7, 2015 in Tucson, Arizona.  Topics will include complex business interruption claim disputes, determining damages for claims involving defective products and managing data for insurance claims.  Stop by the LitCon display for additional information on our insurance practice.


Joel Lesch, Stephen Kiraly, and Mike Martin will be attending the 21st Annual Federal Procurement Institute’s program at the Lowes Annapolis Hotel on March 11 – 13.  The program has a variety of topics including e-discovery, bid protests, and ethics.  The Judges Panel is planned to include a discussion of cases involving good faith and fair dealing, damages, and fraud allegation pitfalls.