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How do in-house legal departments benefit from litigation finance?

Control Costs
Pursue claims without negatively impacting your P&L and taking balance sheet risk, by shifting legal expenses to an outside funder.
Optimize Outcomes
Funding mitigates the financial burden of litigation, so you do not have to compromise on quality of counsel.
Offset Risk
Limit the likelihood you run out of capital resources for a particular matter, forcing premature, inadequate settlements.
When the economic risk of litigation shifts to a litigation finance partner, the increased potential to convert a company’s legal department from a cost center to a profit generator makes obtaining c-suite approval for proactive litigation easier.
A legal department buttressed by litigation finance can focus on the skills and effectiveness of its team without worrying as much about cost or negotiating the lowest possible fees, avoiding the common pitfall of "getting what you pay for."
With non-recourse funding, which allows a company to shift costs to a third-party and only pay an agreed-upon portion of proceeds at the successful conclusion of litigation, any potential losses are ultimately borne by the financing provider.

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Litigation finance enables in-house legal departments to secure capital, reduce risk and improve litigation outcomes. In this guide, you will:

Gain an in-depth understanding of litigation finance

Understand how experts select cases

Review industry growth and regulations

Look into the future of litigation finance

The LexShares process

In-house counsels are eligible to submit claims directly for review.

1
Apply

Submit your application for funding and execute NDA.

2
Review

LexShares' team reviews your case.

3
Approve

LexShares sends a contract detailing terms of funding.

4
Fund

Funds are disbursed quickly and securely.

Discuss funding with LexShares.

Explore how litigation finance now benefits in-house legal departments by connecting with LexShares' experienced Investments team.