The Global Leader in
Litigation Financing and Managing Legal Risks

Omni Bridgeway offers dispute finance from case inception through to post-judgment enforcement and recovery on a worldwide basis, providing legal financing across markets.

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35+ years’ record of success

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Cross-practice, cross-border know-how

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Omni Bridgeway 35 years in business

Since 1986, Omni Bridgeway has established a record of financing disputes and enforcement proceedings, and 2021 marks numerous anniversaries that reflect decades of delivering results for clients.


Powering Your Potential Recoveries

Optimal outcomes in disputes, enforcement and recovery activities are achieved with specialty knowledge, commitment and street smarts. Our team is built to offer exactly that—serving as a formidable ally and an innovative and reliable partner for individuals, companies and professional advisers seeking strategic funding solutions for litigation costs and legal financing.

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Understanding Litigation Finance

Stay abreast of the latest developments in dispute resolution finance, legal claims, law firm funding, and third party funding.

Ireland contemplates third-party dispute funding in international arbitrations

As legislation to allow funding in international arbitrations is pending in Ireland, Camilla Godman opines on how the Irish courts may interpret, and allow for, the use of funding in this civil law jurisdiction.

NZ has a blueprint for a world-leading class action regime

Investment Manager Gracey Campbell in an opinion article published by BusinessDesk discusses New Zealand's rare opportunity to build a class action regime from scratch, learning from the trials and errors of others.

Global portfolio manager for IP, Sarah Tsou, discusses preserving value when funding IP litigation

As the popularity of IP litigation funding continues to rise, law firms and in-house counsel need to develop a thorough understanding of how funders evaluate potential investments. Sarah Tsou, Portfolio Manager – Global IP at Omni Bridgeway, chimes in with her significant IP expertise on this and other issues in Managing IP’s recent article, “How to stop a funded IP case from Falling Apart.”