Co-Managing Partner Jason Goldman speaks to the Daily Business Review about what makes a case attractive to litigation funders
Every now and then, a case with compelling facts and a strong likelihood of success comes along, but it may require too much initial capital. If a law firm either doesn’t have the capital available or isn’t willing to risk it, that is where a third-party funder comes in.
In a recent interview with the Daily Business Review’s Raychel Lean, Davis Goldman Co-Managing Partner Jason Goldman discusses what characteristics make a case attractive to litigation funders.
“It’s like underwriting. When you want to sell somebody something, they want to kick the tires, check under the hood,” Jason said. “They want to learn a lot about the case, a lot about who the attorneys are that are involved, maybe even who the judge is. They want to understand the likelihood of success.”