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Litigation investing

Tuesday, March 20, 2007
The last in the series …Sovereign Litigation Investment Trust IV – specialises in patent infringements.

A SQUARE :: 20Mar07 Litigation investing
Category Litigation Led Investing
Faculty Tom Ross
Expertise Litigation led investing
Author Sona Blessing
Faculty Name
Sovereign Litigation Investment Trust - SLIT IV Profile: The SLIT IV trust will invest in patent infringement cases, such as the case currently filed against Intel.


The trust will invest more money per case, and have only a few cases (probably10 or less). Investors will receive an accumulated 25% annualised priority yield - and stand to receive an additional 30%


Some of these cases will take quite a while to settle, but returns can be very big or completely wiped -off.

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