How Legal Financing Benefits the Bottom Line





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Pursuing a high-stakes commercial claim is costlier and more uncertain than ever. As in-house counsel, you consistently face pressure from CEOs and CFOs to cut costs – but negotiating law firm fees will only get you so far.

Litigation finance enables corporations to shift claims from a burdensome expense to assets with upside potential.

Join this discussion as experts show how legal financing helps GCs and CFOs better manage cost and risk to reduce the negative impacts of legal spend on corporate profitability. We’ll explore a case study outlining several models of litigation financing and how each helps your organization achieve its goals while optimizing profitability.

Join this webcast and receive:

  • An overview of key legal finance terms and concepts
  • A look at smart legal finance models
  • Information on how to shift the cost of litigation off balance sheets
  • The accounting benefits of legal finance–why CFOs love legal finance


Featured Speaker:

Aviva Will

Senior Managing Director

Burford Capital

In her role at Burford, Ms. Will has overseen the continuing innovation of its offerings to law firms and corporations, and has built the industry’s most respected litigation finance team and process. She has managed a broad range of litigation matters valued in the billions of dollars during her career, with a particular specialty in antitrust and complex business litigation.

Prior to joining Burford in 2010, Ms. Will was a senior litigation manager and Assistant General Counsel at Time Warner Inc., where she managed a portfolio of significant antitrust, IP, and complex commercial litigation. She was also the company’s chief antitrust and regulatory counsel, advising senior management on antitrust risk and overseeing all government antitrust investigations and merger clearances worldwide. She also served as the Assistant Secretary for the company, managing corporate compliance and governance for the company and Board.

Ms. Will graduated from Columbia College with a degree in economics and philosophy, and cum laude from Fordham University School of Law, where she was the Writing & Research Editor of the Fordham Law Review and a member of the Order of the Coif. She was a law clerk to the Honorable Stewart G. Pollock on the New Jersey Supreme Court.