International arbitration provides a time-tested forum to resolve contractual disputes between entities in different countries.
Law firms serving Chapter 11 clients must be talented multitaskers. These attorneys must skillfully navigate bankruptcy laws while adeptly advising clients on business plans and collection matters. Also known as a debtor-in-possession (DIP), a person or entity that has filed for reorganization under Chapter 11 bankruptcy laws needs the one thing it lacks to move
Class action lawsuits provide an efficient way for courts to decide disputes that might otherwise go unaddressed, benefitting plaintiffs and defendants alike. Unfortunately, these cases often take years to conclude. And they often require infusions of time and money that are beyond the reach of many law firms. Class action litigation funding fills this gap
Law firms must be able to meet potential client demands to land desirable commercial litigation cases. Meeting those demands can be financially difficult during the often-lengthy process of discovery and litigation, sometimes even damaging a firm’s long-term business outlook. Commercial litigation funding allows attorneys to accept the cases they want—by turning those cases into capital-producing
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