Litigation Finance 2.0: A Harvard Business Case on LexShares

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How Litigation Funding Shifted in the Pandemic

Matthew Oxman and Cayse Llorens of Lexshares predict that 2022 could be a breakout year for law firms formalising their relationships with funders and leveraging outside financing for their largest cases. 

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Litigation Finance Industry Outlook: Q2 2021

Lexshares reflects on industry activity in the past few months and shares its surprise at the results of Tets Ishikawa’s poll of what users and observers of litigation finance look for most in a funder, noting that in their own experience with funding recipients, pricing is typically much more important than speed and communication, which ranked highest in the poll.

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LexShares Courts New Investors For $100M Litigation Finance Fund

LexShares is doubling down on its second fund, which has already raised $30 million toward a target of $100 million, the company said last week. To date, the Boston-based company has invested in 103 case offerings, collectively underwriting more than $2.63 billion of financing for lawsuits, including $855 million in 2019.

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