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As savvy investors know, Litigation Finance is an investment that is uncorrelated with the rest of the market. At a time when COVID has led to massive business closures, bankruptcies, and financial strife all around—litigation funding remains a bustling industry and a viable investment. 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…
The most successful Litigation Finance firms are those that act as partners, not merely funders. Funders can join a team at any point in the case and still make a positive impact. John Garda has recently made the move from full-time litigator to assessing funding opportunities for Longford Capital. 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),…
The 25-person team at Clarion has recently been ranked by Chambers & Partners as a Band 1 firm. This accolade relates to the cost and litigation funding team, as well as Partner and former solicitor Andrew McAulay—who leads the team. McAulay was recently appointed to be one of five members of the Costs Lawyer Standards Board, helping determine standards for the industry. This content is for 1-3 Team Members, 7 Day Trial, 4-10 Team Members,…
HFW, KPMG and Augusta Ventures are pleased to announce a non-exclusive project to assist companies facing problems caused by the Covid-19 pandemic and lockdown. Together, they will provide a global ‘one-stop shop’ that can quickly support companies needing assistance by facilitating funding for supporting litigation and arbitration from Augusta, and a package of legal assistance, asset tracing and enforcement measures from HFW and KPMG. Augusta’s assistance will enable claims to be swiftly investigated and the…
CHICAGO, Illinois, July 1, 2020 — Delta Capital Partners Management LLC, a global private equity firm specializing in litigation and legal finance, today announced the hiring of a Chief Marketing Officer and a Marketing Associate. Kim Fine has been hired as Chief Marketing Officer to closely work with Delta’s Chief Executive Officer and senior management to advance Delta’s strategic marketing and business development objectives and further develop Delta’s brand. Prior to joining Delta, Ms. Fine…
Is the country of Poland in violation of the Energy Charter Treaty or the Australia-Poland Bilateral Investment Treaty? That’s the question being asked in a case brought by Prairie Mining. A notice of dispute was served in February of last year along with a formal request to seek a resolution. 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…
Trucking companies, insurers, and employees have been having a rough couple of years. Tax law changes have cheated drivers out of their per diem, making their taxes skyrocket. Insurance rates climb ever higher as large payouts cripple insurers. Some have placed the blame on Litigation Finance, claiming that enabling plaintiffs has had a negative impact on insurers. But is that fair? This content is for 1-3 Team Members, 7 Day Trial, 4-10 Team Members, 4-10…
The business model of most litigation funding agreements is straightforward. A funder provides the financial means for a client to pursue a case. If the client wins, they pay an agreed-upon percentage to the funder, usually in addition to the amount of funds provided. If the plaintiff doesn’t win, the funder is out the money. All of this is spelled out in contracts signed by involved parties. So how then can a winning plaintiff pretend they…
CHICAGO, Illinois, June 30, 2020 — Forteam Investments Ltd., an investment company controlled by the American private equity firm Delta Capital Partners Management LLC (“Delta”), which is seeking approximately USD $86 million from Mariusz Świtalski and companies he controls, has secured an injunction against Świtalski and his assets. A second injunction was also obtained against Świtalski and his four children, Mateusz, Natasza, Marcin and Mikołaj in relation to their ownership in the Świtalski FIZ investment…
Scotland, like much of the world, is bracing for a spike in litigation related to the Coronavirus. Business closures, insurance disputes, non-payment of rent, and other common types of litigation are expected to rise at least three-fold. Once courts are up and running again, the backlog of cases and filings is expected to take 1-3 years to completely clear. This content is for 1-3 Team Members, 7 Day Trial, 4-10 Team Members, 4-10 Team Members…