What is litigation funding – and how does it work?
Litigation finance is a third-party investment option used by law firms and their clients to fund lawsuits. A good legal claim can be a valuable asset. But there are risks. The value of the case is dependent upon a win. If a case is lost, the investor loses their initial investment with no return.
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Transform Potential Challenges into Profitable Possibilities
Litigation finance is a complex industry that is growing in scope and demand. Rely on In Focus: Litigation Finance to gain a better understanding of this evolving component of litigation practice. Highlights include:
- Bloomberg Law’s 2019 Litigation Finance Survey of in-house, law firms, and litigation funders providing insights into the scope, process, and expectations around financing litigations
- Bloomberg Law’s Practical Guidance covering industry basics, funding terms and structures, legal ethics, client types, and more
- The latest news, Insights, Analysis, court opinions, and state statutory developments
- Broker-dealer, transactional, and additional resources
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