Litigation finance veteran Adam Gerchen says the legal tech-focused special purpose acquisition company he launched with former Kirkland & Ellis chairman Jeffrey Hammes, which started trading on the New York Stock Exchange in mid-November, has identified two dozen “high-prospect” acquisition targets. 

Gerchen, who sold Gerchen Keller Capital to litigation finance giant Burford in 2016 and has served as CEO of Chicago-based plaintiff’s firm Keller Lenkner since 2018, spoke publicly about the goals of the blank check company for the first time earlier this week.

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