Bentham funds a whole range of entertainment-related claims, from breach of contract to copyright infringement to trade secrets and idea misappropriation matters. See how litigation finance can help your entertainment company manage your meritorious claims.
In this informative five-minute interview, The Deal’s Armie Lee sits down with Jim Batson, the head of Bentham IMF’s New York office for his take on developments within the commercial litigation finance industry.
A funder like Bentham IMF, staffed with litigation experts and deeply experienced in identifying the value of cases, can help companies develop a coordinated strategy to pursue their claims., allowing them to create a significant recovery program.
Bentham IMF brings several advantages to the table when it comes to litigation finance: its status as one of the world’s most experienced legal funders, its record of investment success, and its global reach, among others. Less well known, perhaps, is another core strength: the company’s gender diversity.
Litigation funding offers benefits in Intellectual Property cases that cannot be achieved through traditional contingency arrangements, or through self-funding. We discuss how funding can provide patent lawyers a strategic advantage.
In a large antitrust action, the question often arises of whether a possible class member should participate by remaining in the class or pursue its own action and opt out of the class action. There are benefits and costs associated with both approaches. Here, we analyze how companies should consider these issues and how litigation finance can help.
The use of dispute finance in international arbitration has been growing in recent years in many jurisdictions around the world, driven by the growth in use, cost and complexity of international arbitration, together with increasing demands on arbitration parties and practitioners to manage the associated costs and risks.