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How Does Litigation Funding Work?

The private practice of law is an increasingly competitive market. Successful firms work hard to attract the brightest talent and grow their client base. Both pursuits require capital, but traditional loan financing for law firms carries risk. Non-recourse litigation funding offers the key to success, allowing firms to secure the financial resources they need to

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Litigation Funding by Pravati Capital: It’s What We Do

Plaintiffs asserting claims against big business face an uphill battle. Cases involving commercial litigation, patent claims, antitrust and competition claims and more often present a David-and-Goliath scenario. Adding to that the typical contingency fee arrangement in plaintiff cases, many law firms struggle financially to see meritorious cases through. But there is an answer to that

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The Business of Litigation Finance Is Booming

The buying and selling of lawsuits—a decade-old practice in the U.S. known as litigation finance—continues to expand. Consider Pierce Sergenian, a six-lawyer trial boutique started this year by John Pierce and David Sergenian, refugees from the litigation powerhouse Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan. The new firm already has an impressive array of contingency-fee cases, where

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Litigation Finance Has Become Corporate Finance

As a pioneer in the Litigation Finance Industry, we see capital drawn to higher returns than your standard alternative investments while being unlinked to fluctuations of the global economy. In February, we completed our financing with a 101-year-old conservative bank that traditionally turned away law firm financing due to bank regulation. We now have a

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