Origination is the lifeblood of every legal funding business, and as we touch upon in our eBook (see page 8), brokers can provide a valuable, potentially expensive source for origination, and can help you build and […]

How to Work with Legal Funding Brokers 101

Plaintiff Funding Interview with Brian Garelli of Preferred Capital Funding An interesting read from the founder and CEO of one of the nation’s oldest lawsuit funders. He describes how the industry has changed over the […]

September Legal Funding News Roundup

In the recent blog posts on data analytics, we’ve covered gathering data, cleaning data, structuring data and finally analyzing data. In those posts, we covered how building a robust litigation finance business is not a […]

How to Make Data-Driven Decisions: 3 Pointers

Legal funders operate in close observation of various areas of the law, both its substantive content and its mechanics. A deeper understanding of the law and the ability to keep pace with changes and developments […]

5 Essential Treatises for Every Funder’s Bookshelf

The Headlines   Funding litigation is a billion-dollar business Through a number of different perspectives this article touches on the growing acceptance and availability of funding in the commercial U.S. litigation funding market and the […]

August Legal Funding News Roundup

It’s unquestionable that legal funding as a business model has proven successful— the industry is as strong as it’s ever been, and it continues to grow at a rapid pace. It’s a great time to […]

7 Leading Causes of Funder Failure

Even if you follow the 6 commandments laid out in our previous post on case tracking, there are at least 5 common issues you should keep aware of, as they could instantly jeopardize your investment. […]

5 Signs Your Funding is At-Risk

According to an industry expert, one of the main reasons young legal funding businesses fail is poor or non-existent case servicing. What these ill-fated businesses don’t know is that, after a plaintiff is funded, the […]

The 6 Commandments of Kick-ass Case Tracking