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Siltstone Capital, LLC (“Siltstone”), a Houston, Texas based investment and advisory firm, announced the successful closing of Siltstone Capital Litigation Fund, L.P. (the “Fund”). Siltstone, through its affiliate Litigo Financial, LLC (“Litigo”), will invest in commercial litigation across the United States, and welcomes the opportunity to provide capital to litigants to pursue their claims fully. The Fund will focus on commercial litigation, with a unique focus on energy and patent litigation. Founded in 2013, Siltstone strives to create…
Litigation funders already know that legal assets can be a source of revenue for businesses—especially those left strapped for operating funds during COVID. The problem? Finance departments may not realize funding is an option. To bridge this knowledge gap, one leading funder conducted an informal survey of finance professionals. This content is for 1-3 Team Members, 7 Day Trial, 4-10 Team Members, 4-10 Team Members (Sponsored Member), 11-20 Team Members, 11-20 Team Members (Sponsored Member),…
A new survey by Blickstein Group and Legal Value Network suggests that large law firms may be more open to the idea of non-traditional fee arrangements. At the same time, more than half of the survey respondents assert that attorneys’ resistance to change is the most difficult aspect of adopting new payment models. This content is for 1-3 Team Members, 7 Day Trial, 4-10 Team Members, 4-10 Team Members (Sponsored Member), 11-20 Team Members, 11-20…
Remote depositions have become part-and-parcel of remote legal work during the pandemic. Now, one litigation funder has taken steps to partner with a remote deposition legal tech solution.  This content is for 1-3 Team Members, 7 Day Trial, 4-10 Team Members, 4-10 Team Members (Sponsored Member), 11-20 Team Members, 11-20 Team Members (Sponsored Member), $695 One Time Membership Rate Lock, Single Subscription, Additional 1 User, Additional 2 Users, Additional 3 Users, Additional 4 Users, 6…
Deminor Recovery Services announces the closing of a financing round consisting of equity, senior bank loans and mezzanine finance for an amount up to €40 million to support its rapidly growing litigation funding activities globally.  The financing round is supported by the current shareholders as well as new investors including Saffelberg Investments, Finance&Invest Brussels and various other investors. The bank financing portion is provided by KBC Bank.   Along with its current cash position and expected…
Louise Trayhurn, Executive Director of Legis Finance, sat down with LFJ to discuss a broad range of industry topics, including Legis’ bespoke approach to managing client relationships, the various funding and insurance products her company offers, the growing trend of GCs and CFOs extracting more value out of their legal assets, and what trends she predicts for the future of the industry. Below are key takeaways from the conversation, which can be found in its…
The IMF estimates that cumulative losses of the pandemic-caused downturn will surpass $12 trillion. With that in mind, creditors will have to adapt and adjust more than ever in order to enforce judgments and hold debtors accountable. This content is for 1-3 Team Members, 7 Day Trial, 4-10 Team Members, 4-10 Team Members (Sponsored Member), 11-20 Team Members, 11-20 Team Members (Sponsored Member), $695 One Time Membership Rate Lock, Single Subscription, Additional 1 User, Additional…
As the Litigation Finance industry expands, competition is bound to grow increasingly fierce. A new lawsuit filed by Greenpoint Capital Management may illustrate the competitive nature of the industry. This content is for 1-3 Team Members, 7 Day Trial, 4-10 Team Members, 4-10 Team Members (Sponsored Member), 11-20 Team Members, 11-20 Team Members (Sponsored Member), $695 One Time Membership Rate Lock, Single Subscription, Additional 1 User, Additional 2 Users, Additional 3 Users, Additional 4 Users,…
A recent panel discussion held by the British Institute of International and Comparative Law included partners from Hogan Lovells Matthew Felwick and Valerie Kenyon, along with Augusta Maciuleviciute of BEUC, Rhonson Salim of Ashton Law School, and Therium Capital Management’s Neil Purslow. Together, they discussed the EU Representative Actions Directive. This content is for 1-3 Team Members, 7 Day Trial, 4-10 Team Members, 4-10 Team Members (Sponsored Member), 11-20 Team Members, 11-20 Team Members (Sponsored…
Exton Advisors, a leading financial advisory firm in litigation, is launching a unique range of ‘special situations’ services designed to help companies look at their disputes in an entirely new way. The move is in response to the increasing economic uncertainty brought about by the global pandemic and sees the firm creating a range of advisory service lines designed to help corporates and their legal teams find the right funding products to support their litigation…