The Global Leader in
Legal Finance and Risk Management

Omni Bridgeway provides dispute and litigation finance
from case inception to post-judgment enforcement and recovery
across markets.

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Track Record

35+ years’ record of success

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Cross-practice, cross-border know-how

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Legal Financing and support where you need it

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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.

Judgment Enforcement and Litigation Finance: A Growing Trend in International Arbitration

Law360’s recent article on trends in international arbitration highlights the benefits of a combined litigation funding and judgment enforcement team. With our longstanding track record of assisting and funding judgment enforcement campaigns, you may not be surprised to learn that we agree! Gabe Bluestone and Jeff Newton discuss how having a judgment enforcement team as part of your litigation strategy makes good business sense.

The Evolutionary War: Overcoming the ABA’s Inertia and Closing the Justice Gap

In this op-ed, Ken Epstein discusses ABA Resolution 402 - where the ABA reaffirmed its existing policy against non-lawyers sharing legal fees and owning equity in law firms - and provides reasoning for a reconsideration of this policy as a way to broaden access to financial resources for individual claimants, law firms, and corporations facing an increasingly costly legal system.

The FTX implosion and the role of litigation finance in “black swan”events

Jason Levine explains how injured parties can use legal finance to reduce litigation costs and risk when pursuing claims involving black swan events like the recent FTX collapse.