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Litigation Funding

Friday, January 16, 2009
Fund will focus on investing in financing mid-sized corporate litigation cases brought before the UK courts.

A SQUARE :: 16Jan09 Litigation Funding
Category Litigation Led Investing
Faculty Ken Arnold
Expertise Litigation Led Investing
Author Sona Blessing
Faculty Name
When presented with knowledge that the claimants are funded and prepared to run all the way, the defendant is faced with the proposition of having to pay huge costs if they lose - reaching a settlement is most cost effective
Anticipated performance - a minimum of 100% return on the amount funded, compounded
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