Parabellum’s Director of Commercial Litigation Strategies, Dai Wai Chin Feman, recently moderated a panel entitled “Examining All the Nuances & Risks of Funding Portfolio Cases” at the Insight Exchange Network’s Litigation Financing & Investment Forum. Panelists included Nick Rowles-Davis (Founder and CEO, Chancery Capital), Michael Kelley (Partner, Arent Fox), Jim Little (Principal, Drumcliffe), and Stephen McMullin (Director, Brickell Key Asset Management). Topics covered included portfolio structuring, negotiations, and ethical concerns applicable to law firm, corporate, asset recovery, and IP portfolios.
Parabellum was recently featured in The American Lawyer’s article, As Capital Pours In, A Litigation Funding Icon Changes Its Strategy. Read the article here.
Parabellum’s Special Situations Group has officially launched. To read PE Hub’s coverage and Parabellum’s press release, click here.
The group is led by Jarvis Buckman. As Parabellum’s Director of Special Situations, Jarvis analyzes and sources distressed situations to find investment opportunities across complex corporate situations and capital structures.
Parabellum’s Howard Shams and Aaron Katz Named to Lawdragon’s 100 Leading Legal Consultants and Strategists for 2018
Lawdragon has released its annual list of 100 Leading Legal Consultants and Strategists for 2018, 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’s recent growth was featured in Institutional Investor’s article, Is Litigation Finance Hot? Hiring Points to Yes. Click here to read it.
NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Parabellum Capital LLC (“Parabellum”), a leader in litigation finance, today announced key new hires in sourcing and underwriting. The firm has also relocated from New York’s Financial District to larger offices in Midtown Manhattan.
Parabellum Capital Managing Principal, Howie Shams, was quoted in Law360’s article Attys Must Tread Carefully in Litigation Funding’s Next Stages.
Howie’s comments, which focused on the secondary market of litigation finance, are available here (subscription required).
After three years at 100 Broadway, Parabellum Capital has moved to Midtown Manhattan.
Our new offices are located in the CitySpire Center at 156 West 56th Street, New York, New York 10019.
Howard Shams recently gave a Spotlight Interview to the Litigation Finance Journal. Click here to read the interview.