Litigation Finance for Companies

Generating Multi-Million Dollar Revenues with Funding

A company suffers wrongs giving rise to two commercial litigation claims. Using litigation financing from Bentham IMF creates the opportunity for it to maximize the value of both claims and potentially earn $23.5 million in recoveries while putting just $500,000 at risk.

Preserving Company Solvency While Protecting Key Assets

A struggling company has a strong theft of trade secrets claim against a competitor, but the case will take 3 years and cost $8M in attorneys’ fees plus $500K in costs to pursue. The company requires $1M in working capital to fund its business each year. Using litigation financing from Bentham IMF creates the opportunity for it to maintain operations for three years and earn $58 million in net revenues from the case, without assuming any financial risk.

 

Litigation Finance for Law Firms

Broadening Fee Arrangement Options for Clients with Plaintiff-Side Portfolio Financing

A law firm wants to offer contingency fee arrangements to clients in three cases while maintaining smooth cash flows throughout the litigation. Using litigation financing from Bentham IMF allows the firm to offer its clients a full contingency arrangement while being paid throughout the cases at a rate of 50% what it would earn if it were charging the clients by the hour.

This reduces the firm’s nonrecourse investment in the cases from $6M to $3M and creates the potential for it to earn $19.5M in net revenues should the cases result in successful outcomes.

Extending Deep Defense-side Discounts with Hybrid Portfolio Funding

A law firm wants to offer a client a 50% discount off hourly rates in a defense-side case, plus take three of the clients’ plaintiff-side cases on 40% contingency, while limiting its risk to the equivalent of offering a 30% discount in the defense-side case.

Using litigation funding from Bentham IMF creates the opportunity for the firm to do this, putting just $300,000 worth of attorney time at risk, yet standing to earn $9.5M in net revenues from the cases.