Finance Corner: A Guide for Plaintiffs' Attorneys and their Clients 

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4 Techniques for Reducing Your Debt

By | on 10, Dec 2018 |   What to Expect Post-Closing

With a personal injury, mass tort, class action or any type of plaintiffs’ law firm, reducing your indebtedness can oftentimes be dictated by factors outside your control—most prominently, how often a[...] Read More

3 Tips to Help Tackle Year-End Planning

By | on 03, Dec 2018 |   What to Expect Post-Closing

The holidays are almost in full swing. Don’t get lost in the shuffle—now is the time to start prepping for the New Year and get your law firm’s financial plan in order. Read More

How to Improve Your Firm’s Credit

By | on 26, Nov 2018 |   Preparing for Financing

A line of credit can create a huge opportunity for your law firm, providing you with extra capital whenever you need it for growth, operations or other expenses as they arise. However, before you’ll r[...] Read More

You’ve settled your case but payment is delayed. Now what?

By | on 09, Nov 2018 |   Exploring My Choices

You’ve fought hard to achieve the justice your client deserves. Along the way, you’ve made a substantial capital investment into the case to hire the best experts, travel to depositions, retrieve medi[...] Read More

3 Surprising Truths about Non-Recourse Funding

By | on 31, Oct 2018 |   Exploring My Choices

Non-recourse financing—a transaction where you receive funding in exchange for a portion of your interest in the proceeds of a lawsuit—is a prevalent construct in the litigation finance industry. Read More

Collateral: What is it and what do lenders require?

By | on 29, Oct 2018 |   Uncovering the Best Option

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