Financing Recoveries: Best Practices for In-House Lawyers
Date Recorded: Wednesday, March 6, 2019
Time: 2:00 p.m. EST |11 a.m. PST
According to research from the 2018 Litigation Finance Survey, 59% of in-house lawyers report that their companies have uncollected recoveries and unenforced judgments valued at $10 million or more—and an even higher percentage report abandoning meritorious claims for fear of adversely impacting their company’s bottom line.
Companies need not leave millions on the table—even as litigation budgets shrink. They can finance recoveries with legal finance, a tool designed to remove the risk and reduce the cost of pursuing meritorious litigation and realizing on the value of outstanding legal assets.
Learn the best practices in-house lawyers use to finance recoveries. Join Burford Capital’s Rufus Caine as he shares research and insights into how in-house legal departments leverage legal finance to recover funds, without adding cost and risk to the bottom line, thereby driving value for their companies.
Attend this webcast and you’ll learn:
- How top companies are successfully instituting affirmative recovery programs
- What research reveals about in-house use of legal finance
- Why affirmative recoveries are increasingly becoming a competitive necessity
- How legal finance can help companies drive value through their legal departments
Attendees will receive Burford’s 2018 Litigation Finance Survey white paper, which offers coverage and analysis of the latest trends in legal finance.
|Rufus Caine III | Vice President | Burford
Prior to joining Burford, Mr. Caine served in various roles at Axiom Law, most recently as a Director, where he was accountable for growing a book of business with leading in-house departments and managing executive level relationships, including those at several Fortune 100 companies. Before Axiom, Rufus was a litigation associate at Willkie Farr and Gallagher in Washington, DC and Legislative Counsel in the U.S. Senate where he oversaw a wide range of domestic policy matters.
Mr. Caine earned his BA from Boston College and was a Rhodes Scholar finalist, before earning his JD from the University of Pennsylvania Law School.