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

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LAW FIRM FINANCING

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Financing Your Firm? Start with these 3 FAQs

By | on 22, Oct 2018 |   Exploring My Choices

Financing your law firm is not the same as financing a new home, car or other large purchase. Nor is it the same as obtaining a tradition business loan.  You have many funding options for your law pra[...] Read More

Key Considerations Before Entering Mass Torts

By | on 15, Oct 2018 |   Why Finance?

You may be considering expanding your practice into mass torts. Before you do, it’s essential to have a solid grasp of the mass tort process and consider which mass tort business model will best suit [...] Read More

Due Diligence: What is it and what to expect?

By | on 01, Oct 2018 |   Preparing for Financing

Making the decision to obtain financing—a line of credit, term loan, non-recourse advance, or some variation thereof—is a big step for most plaintiff attorneys.) Often the determination isn’t made on [...] Read More

2 Significant Litigation Benefits of Legal Financing

By | on 24, Sep 2018 |   Why Finance?

A reality of litigating plaintiffs’ claims is that it can be financially straining on a firm to advance case costs throughout the life of a proceeding. Some larger, more complex cases can take years t[...] Read More

The Pay Out: How Long will it Take to Get Funding?

By | on 17, Sep 2018 |   Preparing for Financing

You want working capital to cover case expenses, employee salaries, taxes, advertising or other needs of your firm, but getting financing can take time—time you don’t necessarily have. Those few funde[...] Read More

4 Benefits of Choosing a Lender With Experienced Attorneys On Staff

By | on 10, Sep 2018 |   Selecting the Right Source

If you’re contemplating financing for your law practice with a bank or third-party litigation funder, you should consider whether, and to what extent, they truly understand your legal practice. Read More

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