The Real World Impact of T&E Litigation Funding

The Real World Impact of T&E Litigation Funding

A fiduciary duty case study

Alternative litigation finance (ALF) companies have been funding large commercial cases and smaller consumer litigation for decades, and increasingly trust and estate litigators are learning of its use in their matters. The contractual arrangement for the funding is between the client and the ALF company, whereby the company funds the litigation fees and costs up front in exchange for a fee paid after the case is resolved. The amount of the client’s funding is based on the actual fees

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