Litigation Finance
New York, NY
July 6, 2021


Program Update:
IMN has been working with our teams, clients and suppliers around the world to monitor the impact of the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. It is as part of this review and the development of the situation that has led us to postpone the June 2 iteration of the Litigation Finance Conference to November 2.

We apologize for any inconvenience caused, but as always, the safety of our participants, community and staff are our priority and we feel this is the best option for this event. Our thoughts are with those in impacted areas.

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IMN is excited to announce the return of the ‘Financing, Structuring and Investing in Litigation Finance Conference’.  Once again, as the litigation and investor capital of the world, New York will play host to a select group of senior executives and thought leaders who are blazing trails for progress in the industry. 
Last year's event in June 2019 hosted a delegation of over 250 people, representing litigation funds, law firms, corporate claimants, academia, brokerages and institutional investors.   
The event provided the perfect platform for legal professionals involved in commercial disputes to meet with investors specializing in the financing of litigation and arbitration cases.  Pioneers of this rapidly evolving industry discussed the opportunities available for investors and legal professionals, with some lively Q&A sessions making for an interactive experience.
The continued growth of the industry has caught the attention of investors from institutional investors, hedge funds, venture capital and private equity firms who recognize the untapped potential in the market.  More and more law firms and corporate counsels are making the most of opportunities in the space and are increasingly using litigation finance as a form of risk management and profit generation.
With new players entering the market all the time, the third edition of this one day summit will draw a diverse crowd of investors, litigation funders, brokers, corporate claimants, law firms and other entities in this exciting and developing market. IMN invites you to join us at the premier platform for relationship building, thought leadership and business development in the litigation funding space.


Who Should Attend
  • Litigation/arbitration funders
  • Hedge funds
  • Private equity funds
  • Law firms
  • Broker dealers
  • Corporate counsels
  • Pension funds
  • Sovereign wealth funds
  • Endowments
  • CFOs
  • Press

Conference Highlights

My Agenda

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    Monday, November 2nd, 2020

      Market Overview: Trends and Drivers in Litigation Finance

        • What trends have emerged in the past year?  What can be expected for the coming year?
        • New product offerings and emerging sectors seeking financing solutions
        • The benefits and limitations of specialization
        • Market development – what still needs to be done to educate the litigation world?

      Investor Perspectives: The Future of Litigation Finance as an Asset Class

        • Why is litigation finance an attractive investment?
        • How do these investments fit into your overall portfolio?
        • Managing the investor – fund relationship
        • How prevalent are litigation investments across institutional portfolios? 

      Deal Terms and Best Practices in Underwriting

        • Quick review of current standard underwriting processes
        • Why does the process take so long and how can it be improved?
        • How to ensure speed and predictability for the counterparties while providing confidence to the funders
        • Assessing the potential for emerging technologies to aid the process

      Developments in the World of Regulation and Compliance

        • Updates on state and federal regulations and attitude towards litigation finance
        • What are the current concerns raised by court systems?  How are they being educated by the litigation finance community?
        • NYC Bar opinion on litigation funding and fee splitting
        • Privilege and confidentiality

      Overcoming the Challenges of Securing Financing for Litigation

        • What is difficult about putting together a contract?
        • Contractual terms and reading the fine print
        • Case control and the importance of relationship management
        • Can the process of structuring a contract be standardized in any way?

      Deal Flow Strategies: Finding the Right Fit for Funders and Plaintiffs

        • What methods do you use to source cases that make sense for your business?
        • Utilizing technology to identify cases
        • Pros and cons of portfolios vs. single cases
        • Pitfalls to avoid when conducting due diligence

      Opportunities in Existing and Emerging International Markets

        • Overview of legislative developments by jurisdiction
        • Will legislation for third-party funding of international arbitration claims in Hong Kong and Singapore act as a catalyst?
        • Which geographies offer the best opportunities for litigation finance?
        • What challenges have been met in well-developed markets?  How can these be more easily overcome in younger markets using lessons learned?

      Developments in International Commercial Litigation and Investment Treaty Arbitration

        • New products and sectors in Australasia, Asia, South America and the United Kingdom
        • Overview of legislative developments across these geographies
        • How do challenges in these markets differ from the US?
        • Case studies and lessons learned

      Litigation Finance in the Corporate World: In-House Counsel Perspectives

        • What do funders need to change to ensure more widespread adoption of litigation finance amongst corporate counsels?
        • Is there a desire amongst general counsels to move risk off corporate balance sheets?  What other potential risks can it help mitigate against?
        • What is the attitude amongst corporate CFOs towards using outside capital to fund litigation?
        • Overcoming the business development and origination challenges for funders aiming to work with GCs

      Fund Formation and Fundraising: What Do You Need to Know?

        • What to consider when setting up a litigation fund
        • Assessing risks and returns
        • Main hurdles to overcome and pitfalls to avoid
        • Regulatory and compliance issues
        • Approaches and strategies for raising capital


Contact Us


  • Conference Venue
  • The Union League Club

    38 East 37 Street
    New York, NY, 10016
  • Suggested Hotel
  • Grand Hyatt New York

    Park Avenue at Grand Central Station
    New York, NY, 10017

    Additional Info: Please note that IMN does not have a contracted room block at this hotel and cannot guarantee rate or availability.
  • Suggested Hotel
  • Hotel Giraffe

    365 Park Avenue South
    New York, NY, 10016

    Additional Info: Please note that IMN does not have a contracted room block at this hotel and cannot guarantee rate or availability.
  • Suggested Hotel
  • The Kitano New York

    66 Park Avenue, East 38th Street
    New York, NY, 10016

    Additional Info: Please note that IMN does not have a contracted room block at this hotel and cannot guarantee rate or availability.
  • Suggested Hotel
  • Hampton Inn New York - Empire State Building

    59 West 35th Street
    New York, NY, 10001

    Additional Info: Please note that IMN does not have a contracted room block at this hotel and cannot guarantee rate or availability.

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  • Monday, November 2nd, 2020

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