Pravati Capital Insolvency Litigation Funding
Cash Flow for Insolvency Cases Bankruptcy proceedings for businesses are usually loaded with complications and nuanced situations that make fighting them difficult. However, they can also be highly rewarding, which is why many lawyers specialize in insolvency cases. Many times, bankruptcy lawyers want to take on a case, but don’t feel confident that they’ll have the cash flow necessary to handle all of the general and case-related expenses while waiting for the case to resolve.
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About Insolvency

Insolvency law is a highly specialized field and serving insolvent clients or their creditors requires a range of skills beyond bankruptcy litigation. Law firms who serve clients in this practice area are encumbered with a unique set of challenges. Many clients are financially constrained, with the capital and resources needed for litigation often unavailable due to legal entanglements.

Litigation funding is a natural fit for firms that handle insolvency matters because it provides working capital that allows firms to perform the legal services needed to bring insolvency matters to a close.

The Other Side of Insolvency Cases: The People At its core, insolvency law is not just about money and assets; it’s about people. There is a lot on the line for the businesses involved. From owners who built a company from the ground up and employees who rely on that company for their livelihood to creditors seeking their due, the results of insolvency litigation greatly impact people’s lives.
    Attorneys who have the resources to offer the specialized services required in insolvency litigation can create a positive cycle in which better case outcomes bolster firm growth and stability. Insolvency litigation funding provides the means for greater investment in resources, which provides better client outcomes and a brighter, more secure future for the law firm.
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    Strengthening Services Through Insolvency Litigation Funding To be the best in your field requires offering something that others don’t. For insolvency lawyers, that may mean taking cases on a contingency basis and investing in the recovery of assets or helping implement recovery strategies. No matter what, it means time—and time is one of the most precious and costly commodities that lawyers have. That’s one reason insolvency litigation funding is gaining so much popularity among insolvency lawyers. Through non-recourse insolvency litigation funding, lawyers secure the capital they need to sustain their firms while fighting for their insolvency clients. How does litigation funding work in insolvency cases? It’s simple and fast:
    • Apply for funding: Funding is backed by one of the cases in your caseload.
    • Work with an underwriter: Underwriters with extensive experience review your case to determine the likelihood of success.
    • Funding Approval: If the case is deemed strong, funding is approved, and you receive payment.*
    • Use the funds: Litigation funding can be used for anything your firm needs, such as operating expenses.
    • Repay the advance: Once the case is settled or won and the award is received, the funding advance and interest are paid back.
    Insolvency litigation funding could be one of the most important strategies an insolvency lawyer has, both in the servicing of their clients and the growth of their firm. *Court approval may be necessary before lawyers can receive funding for insolvency cases.
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    HOW DOES
    Litigation Finance Work?
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    Apply for funding using one of your cases and its expected settlement.
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    Give an underwriter the details of a case so they can determine the likelihood of winning.
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    Receive payment after funding is approved.
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    Pay back the funding and interest once the settlement is paid.