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Five Ways Legal Tech Can Help Attorneys with Early Case Assessment

Early case assessment (ECA) has been an important tool litigators have used for years to “quickly” evaluate the merits of a case. Despite all of the benefits ECA offers (such as reducing costs and providing for efficient resolution of certain legal issues), ECA is often a time-consuming process. Predictive legal tech can reduce this evaluation period if used in tandem with traditional evaluation...

No money? No problem! How litigation insurance can help you offset the financial risk of litigation (Part 3)

Although Litigation Financing provides an excellent option for plaintiffs who are strapped for cash, it is not the only plaintiff-friendly financial option that is on the rise in the United States. Part 3 of this series previews Litigation Insurance, a rising industry that allows a party financing a suit to insure the outcome of the case and recoup some of their expenses in the event of an...

No money? No problem! Questions every attorney should consider before entering into a litigation funding agreement (Part 2)

Part 2 of this litigation funding series answers potential questions that an attorney would (or should!) ask before entering into a financing contract with a third party. This article offers a counterbalance to what may seem an easy answer to all of an underfunded plaintiff’s worries by raising several issues regarding grey areas, unanswered questions, and ethical pitfalls that may lay in wait...

No money? No problem! The ins-and-outs of litigation funding (Part 1)

In this series, we’ll cover the development of litigation funding and share the necessary tools to decide if it’s suitable for your client’s claim. Part 1 will give a general overview of what is involved in litigation funding and its unique benefits. Let’s start with the basics. What is “litigation funding”? Litigation funding (or litigation finance) is when a third-party, who is unrelated to a...

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