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We strive to be a trusted adviser and true consultant with regard to legal finance and other concerns related to your practice or business.  Please contact us with any questions or concerns you may have.

June 28, 2016

Privilege Protections - Non-Disclosure Protections - DE Superior Court

Read the March 2016 ruling from the Delaware Superior Court protecting communications with a TPF provider in Charge Injection Technologies v. duPont.

June 28, 2016

TPF is not Champerty or Maintenance

In 2015 Delaware Superior Court rules that TPF is not Champerty or Maintenance.

June 28, 2016

Privilege Protections - Non-Disclosure in Discovery US Bankruptcy Court

Read the recent ruling of the US Bankruptcy Court.

November 01, 2015

Blog Piece - Financing Affirmative Litigation - Installment 1

Learn the basics of litigation financing with detail about the most common types of funding options.

November 02, 2015

Blog Piece - Financing Affirmative Litigation - Installment 2

Getting to know what funders want when considering funding requests.

November 03, 2015

Blog Piece - Financing Affirmative Litigation - Installment 3

An examination of practical and ethical considerations involved with litigaiton funding.

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Frequently Asked Questions About Law Firm and Business Funding

How do you maintain confidentiality?

For everyone's benefit, we execute and follow strict non-disclosure agreements.  Moreover, we do not require the sharing of privileged information, work product, or other sensitive information during our relationship.  Only publicly available information or information that is allowable in discovery is asked to be shared for purposes of case assessments.

 

Is litigation funding ethical?

Yes.  Attorneys are ethically prohibited from providing loans to clients; however third-party funding for commercial cases is permitted in all jurisdictions.  Click here for more discussions regarding ethical considerations.

 

What types of law firms and businesses are using litigation funding?

Large, international law firms to boutique and even solo practices leverage litigation funding.  Practice types include most types of commercial litigation, IP, and some class action and mass torts.  Similarly, large corporations to small family businesses use litigation funding to manage legal budgets or pursue claims against defendants with much greater financial resources.

 

How can litigation funding help my firm or business?

Click here to request a case study for law firms.

Click here to request a case study for businesses.

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Disclaimer:  Nothing herein constitutes or should be construed as legal advice.  All cases and circumstances are unique and may not be eligible for funding for a variety of reasons.  All funding approvals may subject to underwriting by third parties.  Summit Legal Resources LLC, its agents and principals are in no way liable for the actions of third parties with respect to the review, underwriting, approval/denial, funding, repayment, or other matters related to funding requests.

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