How do you price capital for commercial litigation and arbitration—which is by definition highly complex, expensive and risky?
While the question is sensible and understandable, it lacks a simple or one-size-fits all answer. Instead, capital is priced according to the risk of the individual litigation or arbitration matter.
To demystify Burford’s methodology and explain how we structure agreements to meet the needs of our clients, we’ve assembled an overview of how legal finance pricing works as well as case studies on how law firms use financing.
Download our law firm guide to legal finance pricing.