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In the News
Litigation funders are seeing opportunities for big returns in bankruptcies.
Litigation funders like Legalist's Eva Shang are anticipating another wave of bankruptcies as government stimulus winds down.
Litigation funder Legalist bets on bankruptcies, expanding small-to-midmarket strategy
Legalist Inc has raised $50 million for its first bankruptcy fund, expanding the litigation funder’s portfolio to include the bankruptcy sector with the same smaller-scale focus it has brought to commercial litigation finance.
Litigation Funder Expands Into Small Biz Bankruptcy
Technology-based litigation finance firm Legalist Inc. announced Tuesday it is breaking into stopgap financing for small businesses facing bankruptcy in the wake of COVID-related distress
Legalist Nabs BigLaw Alum From Another Litigation Funder
Law360 reports on Legalist's recruitment of Megan Baer as Investment Counsel
Here's how 4 litigation financiers are thinking about data and analytics — and why some players think it's an industry prime for disruption
Business Insider interviews Legalist CEO Eva Shang about the use of analytics and artificial intelligence in litigation finance underwriting.
Litigation funding startup Legalist is seeing a boom in demand to back lawsuits — and is hoping to attract hundreds of millions of dollars from investors to keep up with the need
Business Insider interviews Legalist CEO Eva Shang about how the firm has grown since its launch and how she envisions its future.
Litigation Funder Legalist Brings on Ex-judge to Replace Posner as Adviser
Reuters reports on retired US district judge Jeremy D. Fogel's joining Legalist as advisor
Startup Legalist continues expansion with ex-Cooley, Dinsmore litigator
Reuters reports on ex-Cooley, Dinsmore litigator Nic Echevestre's joining Legalist as Investment Counsel
3 Questions For A Harvard Dropout Turned Litigation Funding CEO (Part II)
Above the Law interviews Legalist Eva Shang on the impact of COVID on the litigation finance industry.
3 Questions For A Harvard Dropout Turned Litigation Funding CEO (Part I)
Above the Law interviews Legalist CEO Eva Shang following Legalist's announcement of 100 invested cases.
Lit Funder Legalist Hits 100-Case Mark as Posner Departs
American Lawyer's Media reports on Legalist's milestone of over 100 cases under investment.
2020 Lawdragon Global 100 Leaders in Legal Finance
Legalist CEO, COO, General Counsel Named to Lawdragon Global 100 Leaders in Legal Finance
Young and in Legal Tech: Are You Sure You Want to Make the Leap?
Legaltech News interviews Legalist CEO Eva Shang on the emerging trend of young law firm grads and associates founding legal technology startups.
52 Best Startup Companies To Watch Out For in 2020
Legalist is among the 52 best startups to watch out for in 2020, according to AngelList.
Litigation Finance Firms Are ‘Busier Than Ever,’ Insiders Say
Litigation finance will be a spot of stable returns amid the COVID-19 crisis because it is uncorrelated to the public market, says Legalist CEO Eva Shang.
SF-Based Litigation Funder Legalist Backs Atari's Copyright Campaign
Atari has sued a string of companies with copyright claims including online retailer Redbubble, retailer Target and chocolate maker Nestlé.
‘Big Law Loves Litigation Financing’: Legalist’s GC Breaks It Down
Third-party funding is a recipe for Big Law attorneys to increase their book of business and make clients happy, says Legalist GC Curtis Smolar, a former Fox Rothschild partner.
Highlights from the founders
TechCrunch's Connie Loizos interviews Legalist CEO Eva Shang on its team and second fund.
Announcing Legalist Fund II
Launching a new Legalist Fund II for $100 million in the Wall Street Journal.
Legalist funds Lenny Dykstra litigation
Bloomberg Law on how Lenny Dykstra turned to a litigation finance firm to press claims.
Access to justice from the bench and beyond
American Lawyer's Media reports on Judge Posner's new job as litigation finance advisor.
Judge Posner's new job
Above the Law on Judge Posner's new job as an advisor to Legalist, and why it's a natural fit.
How to sue in small claims court and win
An interview in Inc. Magazine with Legalist co-founder Christian Haigh on how he sued Equifax, and won.
Announcing Legalist Fund I
Announcing the close of Legalist Fund I for $10.25 million in the Wall Street Journal.
David vs. Goliath
Above the Law on how Legalist levels the litigation playing field.
Legalist brings big data to small lawsuits
Boston Globe on the launch of Legalist and why big data can be used to fund small lawsuits.
What litigation finance is really about
The New Yorker reports on Legalist's launch story at Y Combinator and beyond.
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