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Terminating Funding Contracts

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One of the biggest challenges in litigation finance is striking the right balance of risk between litigants and funders, consistent with the norms of the legal system and the ethical duties constraining counsel. Striking the right balance increases the chances … Continue reading

The Duty to Cooperate

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Litigation funders, like venture capitalists, are confronted with an agency problem referred to in the VC literature as the problem of effort provision: the value of their investment hinges on the efforts of others. While venture capitalists have only entrepreneurs … Continue reading

Final Funding Provisions

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Today and Friday we’re introducing the last of our provisions tied to the funding process. Today we have two: one is the essentially boilerplate provision from venture capital contracts that disclaims any promise by the funder(s) to provide or assist … Continue reading

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