Litigation Finance: 10 Questions to Help Advise Your Client

Lee Drucker

We at Lake Whillans have been writing a lot about litigation finance in order to provide lawyers and claimholders with a framework for thinking about its use and potential benefits. I thought it might be time to take a break from writing, and provide an analytics tool to help claimholders and their lawyers determine whether litigation finance makes sense for the business.

Click here to download the Lake Whillans Guide to Litigation Finance; answer the ten questions about the business and the underlying litigation, and the analytics tool will evaluate whether it would be more profitable for the business to self-finance or use litigation funding.

Please keep in mind that this is only to provide a framework for thinking about the issue; I am happy to answer any questions that you have about the guide, including how it works, and our methodology. You can email me @


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