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LexShares funds attorneys, law firms, and plaintiffs with commercial lawsuits, and is one of the most active litigation finance firms in the world.
We offer plaintiffs, attorneys, law firms, and in-house legal departments flexible, non-recourse capital through our online marketplace and dedicated litigation finance fund.
LexShares invests in commercial lawsuits in exchange for a portion of any potential recovery.
LexShares offers attorneys and plaintiffs flexible, non-recourse funding to cover legal expenses, expert witnesses, working capital and more. In exchange for our investment, we share in any potential monetary recovery.
LexShares offers accredited investors the opportunity to invest in legal claims through both our online platform and dedicated funds. Investors earn returns based on recoveries if plaintiffs prevail in their litigation.
LexShares invests in a wide range of litigation finance assets, from single commercial matters, to portfolios, to direct law firm fundings. Below is a look at some recently funded deals, or you can view all of our case investments here.
Defendants allegedly failed to repay certain proceeds owed to Plaintiff relating to investments in Defendants’ business.
This is a settlement acceleration related to a number of real estate disputes with a negotiated and executed settlement.
In a claim related to a business acquisition, defendants allegedly fraudulently induced plaintiffs to purchase their company.
Defendant allegedly infringed on Plaintiff's registered patent without authorization.
This is a law firm funding to be collateralized by the contingency fees related to a portfolio of legal claims.
Defendants allegedly misappropriated Plaintiff's trade secrets after executives breached non-disclosure agreements.
The settlor of a number of revocable trusts was allegedly defrauded and deceived into giving control of his trusts' assets to its beneficiaries,...
Plaintiff, the minority owner in a two-member LLC, brings an arbitration demand against its business partner and its financing affiliate for...
This is a law firm funding for a firm representing numerous plaintiffs against a number of gig economy companies, which have allegedly failed to...
With a median 56% net annualized return as of December 31, 2019, see why LexShares has become a leader in litigation finance investing.
Past performance is not indicative of future performance. Returns are based on principal's internal reporting for offerings through the LexShares platform reaching resolution as of December 31, 2019. Results reported reflect the simple median annualized rate of return per the xirr function, net of fees and expenses. Diversification does not guarantee profits or protect against losses.