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News + Resources from Parabellum Capital
Parabellum’s Director of Commercial Litigation Strategies, Dai Wai Chin Feman, recently co-authored an article in Law360 titled An Overview of the Debate Over Litigation Finance Disclosure. The article discusses various arguments in support of and against disclosure, as well as recent federal case law. The full article is available here.
Please join Sean Thompson, Parabellum’s Director of Intellectual Property Strategies, at this week’s Harvard Litigation Finance Symposium. He will be speaking on a panel about Emerging Technologies in Litigation Finance. More information is available here.
Parabellum’s Howard Shams and Aaron Katz Named to Lawdragon’s 100 Leading Legal Consultants and Strategists for 2019
Lawdragon has released its annual list of 100 Leading Legal Consultants and Strategists for 2019, again naming Parabellum’s Howie Shams and Aaron Katz as leaders in litigation funding. For the full list, click here.
Awards and recognitions by unaffiliated rating services, companies, and/or publications should not be construed as a guarantee that any investor will experience a certain level of results from Parabellum.
Parabellum recently published an article regarding claim monetization in Corporate Counsel. In the article, Parabellum provides an overview of monetization, as well as discusses how it is provided and who it can benefit. The article can be accessed here.
Parabellum recently authored the United States chapter of The Third Party Litigation Funding Law Review. The chapter provides a survey of the litigation finance marketplace, as well as discusses the legal and regulatory framework, structuring considerations, disclosure issues, and the future of the industry.
The chapter is available here.