Steve Susman thinks his law firm, Houston-based Susman Godfrey, qualifies as one of the first commercial litigation funders in the U.S.

When he launched the firm in 1980, he didn’t view it as a finance operation. But the model was similar: put the firm’s own capital towards claims on which other law firms weren’t willing to take risks.

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