Trial Funder benefits for attorneys

Capital. Litigation advantage.

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Trial Funder’s faster, less risky, more flexible capital provides increased firepower and leverage at a lower cost than traditional lenders.

Non-Recourse Capital for Your Case

Trial Funder’s faster, less risky, more flexible capital provides increased firepower and leverage at a lower cost than traditional lenders.

With an investment through the Trial Funder platform you will have the capital necessary to aggressively litigate any action. Use the money for costs and your attorney fees. Trial Funder professionals will work with you to create a budget of expected litigation costs and even attorney fees for your firm, which will represent the amount of the campaign to be raised from the offering to investors. The investment is non-recourse, and does not require personal guarantees from the plaintiff or attorneys. Payment back is only made if there is a recovery.

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Your Work

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Each case offered for investment on the Platform will feature an attorney page that features important information regarding the plaintiff attorney prosecuting the action. We will work with you to create captivating content regarding your firm and practice to be included on the Platform.

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Is it ethical?

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Is it ethical?

Yes. Here are the most common ethical questions that attorneys have raised with this type of financing:

Is this a prohibited sharing of attorney fees with non-attorneys?

No. The agreement is with the plaintiff. Specifically, a separate litigation finance agreement is entered into with the plaintiff, whereby the client makes an assignment of a portion of his recovery in exchange for the investment.

Does Trial Funder (or any of its Affiliates) interfere with my prosecution of the litigation or litigation strategy? 

No. Neither Trial Funder (nor any of its Affiliates) will interfere with the plaintiff attorney's prosecution of the litigation, or litigation strategy.

Is the attorney-client privilege waived?

No. Only publically available information will be posted on the website. Non-public information will only be accepted from the attorney after we have delivered a non-disclosure agreement to the plaintiff and attorney, which is sufficient to retain the confidential nature of the information provided and will not be disclosed in any way.

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