Litigation funding is an increasingly-popular tool for attorneys and clients to share the risk and reward of litigation with third-party investors, and for investors to capitalize on the uncorrelated returns generated by legal-driven revenue. However, the term “litigation-” or “legal-” funding actually encompasses a handful of products, which vary based on borrower profile, stage and sector of litigation, use of proceeds, and ultimately, cost of capital and risk-reward profile. This webinar examines three funding products — case fundings, law firm loans, and portfolio fundings — and aims to inform attorneys on best solutions for their firms and clients, and provide an overview for institutional investors looking to allocate capital to litigations.
Evan Fried is an attorney who has worked in litigation finance since 2007. He is currently a Principal at Greybridge Capital LLC, a commercial litigation funding outfit, and Slarskey LLC,… Read More
Christine Azar is a Director with responsibility for building business with US-based law firms and companies. Since joining Burford, she has focused on originating business in large commercial matters including… Read More
Dai Wai is responsible for the development and execution of Parabellum's commercial litigation investment strategies. Prior to joining Parabellum, Dai Wai was a litigation partner at Dorsey & Whitney LLP,… Read More
Jeffery Lula serves as a Principal at GLS and is responsible for due diligence and monitoring of commercial litigation and arbitration-related investments. Prior to joining GLS, Jeff was a litigation… Read More