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Litigation Finance Insights

The Key Information a Funder Needs

How a case is first presented to a funder thus can mean the difference between an early rejection and a closer look. Find out what information is most useful to a funder when reviewing your case. Read more...

Litigation Funding: How to Get Your Case Funded

“What do you need to quickly evaluate my case and reach a funding decision?” We get this question a lot. This blog post answers it. If you’d like to present your case to a funder, here’s our checklist of what information we need to begin your case evaluation. At the end, we’ll also give some tips on how to package and present the materials. Read more...

Exploring the Shadows of Litigation Finance

Here’s a familiar story for litigators. A client calls you with a strong legal claim, but she can’t afford to pay your hourly rates. And your firm won’t let you take the case on contingency. You feel hard-pressed to tell your client to look elsewhere. Read more...

Your Choice: Model Your Litigation, or Overpay

Every case, plaintiff or defendant, should start with a model that includes expected costs and a target resolution. There is no way to measure success, if you haven’t defined your expectations. You will also lack the tools needed to decide how much to spend, and when or if to settle. Read more...