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Commercial Litigation Financing and Structuring: Funding, Underwriting, Deal Terms, Conflict of Interest and Disclosure Issues

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The commercial litigation finance market is expanding rapidly, enabling claimants with limited resources to pursue commercial litigation claims that may be otherwise cost prohibitive. And as more funders enter the market, litigation finance deals are growing in complexity. Join Eric Chenoweth as he discusses the mechanics of structuring litigation finance transactions and examines the options available to claimants and their lawyers to finance litigation.  Also learn about relevant case law and other ethical issues associated with third-party funding and how the courts have addressed these issues.

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  • 1.00 | 0.25 ethics
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  • TX MCLE credit expires: 2/29/2020

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1. Commercial Litigation Financing and Structuring: Common Questions and Ethical Issues (Mar 2019)

Eric Chenoweth

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Commercial Litigation Financing and Structuring: Common Questions and Ethical Issues (Mar 2019)

The commercial litigation finance market is expanding rapidly, enabling claimants with limited resources to pursue commercial litigation claims that may be otherwise cost prohibitive. And as more funders enter the market, litigation finance deals are growing in complexity. Join Eric Chenoweth as he discusses the mechanics of structuring litigation finance transactions and examines the options available to claimants and their lawyers to finance litigation.  Also learn about relevant case law and other ethical issues associated with third-party funding and how the courts have addressed these issues.

Originally presented at: Feb 2019 Commercial Litigation Financing and Structuring: Funding, Underwriting, Deal Terms, Conflict of Interest and Disclosure Issues

Eric Chenoweth, Bentham IMF - Houston, TX

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