Overview

Bentham IMF's domestic arbitration funding is available for matters ad hoc and administered arbitrations seated in the United States, including for example arbitrations administered by the American Arbitration Association, Institute for Conflict Prevention and Resolution (CPR Institute), International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), and JAMS. It can be used to cover legal fees for a single arbitration or portfolios containing multiple arbitration matters or a mix of commercial litigation and arbitration matters.

Information about our domestic arbitration funding is below. Click here for information about funding solutions for international arbitration.

Typical Uses

  • Paying legal fees and costs for expensive arbitration

  • Monetizing arbitration assets for business purposes

  • Obtaining working capital

  • Preserving resources

  • Moving arbitration expenses off corporate balance sheets

Features

  • Non-recourse - if you lose your dispute, you owe us nothing

  • Aligns incentives between claimants, law firms and funder

  • Available at any stage of arbitration

  • Flexible pricing models

  • Hedges risk

 

Criteria

  • Funding requested must exceed $1,000,000.

  • Anticipated award must exceed $10,000,000.

  • Respondent must have a clear ability to pay.

  • The arbitration must have strong prospects of success.

If you have an arbitration matter that meets our criteria please contact us.

 

How it Works

Visit our Funding page to learn the benefits of our funding and how the process works. Review our Litigation Finance Education Center to learn more, or read our litigation finance case studies for demonstrative examples.