Litigation Funding. Litigation Industry

Litigation funding. Some years ago, RAND, GlobalTort, and some others saw funding as a big deal. Others denied and complained, and indeed the US Chamber of Commerce  continues to complain instead of finding the silver linings that certainly do exist. 

Today, litigation funders are generating significant profits, and now Chicago has its own litigation funding

Litigation funding continues to produce good outcomes for plaintiffs in need of financing, and the US Chamber of Commerce continues to complain about litigation funding.  A recent example of funding by Burford highlights that litigation funding can be great for a business facing unfair actions by a another business (which may be why the Chamber

Litigation funding for international arbitration takes center stage on June 25  for a New York State Bar Association seminar at Fordham law School.  Registration is here. As always, Selvyn Seidel is one of the speakers, and the fee is very modest at $ 75.

The agenda is pasted below:

Themes and Objectives

A commercial claim

This past Sunday’s NYT  brought this latest article in a series on litigation funding. The story, in short, covers the the high price of  some forms of litigation funding, and provides some information about states regulating the process. 

 One hopes that future articles will touch on related subjects not mentioned in the article. For example, whether the price will come