The good news: A recent release by the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce (SCC) showed a 50% increase in gender diversity among appointed arbitrators in 2018 versus 2017. The not-so-good news: Of the total appointments of 225 just 27% were women.
As Burford approaches its tenth anniversary, its co-founders reflect on how the company has grown—and where they expect the legal finance industry to go in the next decade.
This week, thousands will attend the annual conference of the Corporate Legal Operations Consortium (CLOC) in Las Vegas. In recent years this event has exploded—in no small…
Leading lawyers and arbitrators discuss the role finance can play in mitigating the rising cost of international arbitration—and how initiatives like The Equity Project can help close the gender gap.
In honor of London International Disputes Week, leading lawyers and arbitrators to discuss London’s evolution as an arbitral center—and how it stacks up against other centers around the world.
Corporates with outstanding commercial and international arbitration awards often ask: Can legal finance expedite our recovery? The short answer is yes—through a financial tool known as monetization.
In-house legal operations and law firm pricing professionals are meant to work across their organizations—legal finance makes that process easier.
ABI’s recent session on litigation finance suggests that bankruptcy litigation financing is poised to enter the mainstream—and for good reason.
While single-case financing remains the manner in which most lawyers first experience legal finance, portfolio finance is an area of growing interest and opportunity for clients and…
In an interview with Remaking Law Firms, Craig Arnott discusses the rise of legal finance in Australia, Singapore and Hong Kong—and what’s driving that growth.