The D&O Diary

The D&O Diary

A PERIODIC JOURNAL CONTAINING ITEMS OF INTEREST FROM THE WORLD OF DIRECTORS & OFFICERS LIABILITY, WITH OCCASIONAL COMMENTARY

Tag Archives: litigation financing

Guest Post: Inside Litigation Financing

Posted in Litigation Financing
One of the most interesting and noteworthy litigation developments recently has been the rise of litigation finance in the United States. The nascent litigation finance industry has attracted a number of new entrants, and many of the latest entrants are attempting to establish their own particular niche. In the guest post below, my good friend Ommid … Continue Reading

Litigation Funding in the Courts

Posted in Securities Litigation
Third-party litigation funding continues to attract investors, as evidenced by relatively new litigation funding firm  Gerchen Keller Capital’s recent $260 million capital raise, which brings their total investor commitments to $310 million (as discussed in a January 12, 2013 New York Times article, here). As litigation has become more prevalent, courts have had to grapple … Continue Reading

Litigation Funding: A U.S. Growth Industry?

Posted in Securities Litigation
Litigation funding has long been a significant part of commercial litigation landscape outside the U.S. For example, in Australia, observers have attributed the growth in securities litigation to the availability of litigation funding. Litigation funding arrangements have also recently been approved in connection with securities class action litigation in Canada. Litigation funding has been available … Continue Reading