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    This article is part of a series from Lake Whillans Litigation Finance devoted to addressing common questions that arise in connection with commercial litigation finance. This week, we will be discussing the potential role for litigation finance in venture capital. We hope you’ll find this article to be the beginning of an informative dialogue. Venture […]

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    Portfolios of Legal Assets

    Ed note: This article is part of a weekly column from Lake Whillans Litigation Finance devoted to addressing common questions that arise in connection with commercial litigation finance.  Last time we discussed the analysis a CFO might undertake when considering whether to raise capital for a litigation. In that article, we touched upon the fact […]

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    Financial Analysis Of Litigation Funding Transactions

    Ed. note: This article is part of a weekly column from Lake Whillans Litigation Finance devoted to addressing common questions that arise in connection with commercial litigation finance. Last time we discussed the doctrines of champerty and maintenance; this week, we will be discussing the analysis a CFO might undertake when considering whether to raise […]

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    How Litigation Financiers Value Claim Assets?

    This article is part of a series from Lake Whillans Litigation Finance devoted to addressing common questions about litigation related assets. Last time we touched on the basics of litigation finance. This week, we will discuss how litigation financiers value a claim. We hope you’ll find this article to be part of an informative dialogue.

    / Dec 4, 2014 at 2:00 PM
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    The Value of Litigation Related Assets

    While the adoption of commercial litigation finance is on the rise, the particulars of the asset class are not widely understood. What is a litigation related asset? How can it be valued? How can a company use litigation financing to more efficiently operate its business?

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