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Full Service Counsel for Litigation Finance

Litigation finance can be a powerful tool: claimholders can use it to reduce risk, secure working capital, or bring claims without diverting business resources; investors to diversify their investments into uncorrelated areas; law firms to monetize expected recoveries or to help take on new opportunities; and litigation finance companies can offer unique solutions to businesses and consumers.

To successfully leverage the opportunities offered by litigation finance requires counsel skilled in this nascent field.  Our Team serves the needs of litigation finance companies (both commercial- and consumer-focused), claimholders, and investors.  We draw on significant and varied experience in the litigation finance space, with counsel who have been involved in dozens of litigation finance transactions involving businesses, consumers, law firms, and large insurers.

Due Diligence on Claims and Counterparties
Claim Valuation
Navigating the intricacies of federal and state laws and ethical guidance
Advising on investments in litigation finance ventures
Commercial Litigation Funding Transactions
Consumer Litigation Funding Transactions
Judgment Preservation Insurance & Related Transactions
Law Firm Lending
Structuring Litigation Finance Investment Vehicles
Tax structuring and optimization for litigation finance arrangements

Scale LLP’s nontraditional structure and the breadth of experience of our attorneys aligns with litigation funding, allowing for a business-minded and risk oriented approach and flexible fee structures.

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