Rowing Toward An Injunction?

Gaston Kroub of Kroub, Silbersher & Kolmykov PLLC predicts that, to the extent litigation funders get involved in funding competitor IP cases, funding preliminary injunction motions is something that will be met with serious consideration, as it allows funders to put more capital to work in the case earlier on and also allows for an early test of the merits of the claim, whereby the funder might decide to parachute out of the investment early if things don’t go well. Read more.

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3 Questions For A Litigator Turned Litigation Risk Insurance Broker (Part II)

Stephen Kyriacou Jr. of Aon shares with Gaston Kroub of Kroub, Silbersher & Kolmykov PLLC that the litigation risk insurance market has exploded with activity in the last two years and notes that insurers are now starting to come around to the prospect of insuring not only the principal invested by litigation funders and other investors in litigation-related assets, but a portion of those investors’ anticipated upside, too.

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Finally, A Win

Gaston Kroub of Kroub, Silbersher & Kolmykov PLLC shares several lessons that can be learned from a rare reported win for a litigation funder financing a patent dispute.

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