FINANCING SOLUTIONS FOR
COMMERCIAL LITIGANTS & THEIR COUNSEL
Juris Capital provides creative solutions to financial challenges facing commercial litigants
and law firms. For litigants, our capital can mitigate the high and often
unpredictable cost of commercial litigation. We create new opportunities for law firms
to enhance profitability through creative billing arrangements.
Members of our team
are among the most experienced in litigation finance.
INVESTMENTS IN COMMERCIAL LITIGATION
Juris Capital brings financial stability to commercial litigation and arbitration. We enable businesses to manage litigation risk,
pursue meritorious claims despite the high cost of litigation, and reallocate capital to other corporate purposes. With our capital, litigation becomes a corporate asset.
We finance legal fees and expenses, deferring costs until the end of the litigation. Repayment of our investment depends upon the success of the litigation.
Commercial litigants have used our capital to engage selective law firms that bill hourly, continue costly litigation that has become a financial strain, and monetize anticipated claim proceeds before or after judgment.
INVESTMENTS IN LAW FIRMS
Law firms work with Juris Capital to build more profitable and diverse practices. Our capital closes gaps between the hourly fee billing model and success-based fee arrangements. With Juris Capital, hourly fee practices build profitable portfolios of alternative fee cases, and resolve client delinquencies without terminating relationships.
Juris Capital helps hourly rate practices structure alternative fee engagements. Juris Capital finances alternative fee arrangements
and engagements by lending funds on a non-recourse basis, thus bearing a substantial amount of the associated risk. This provides the revenue predictability of an hourly engagement with the lucrative potential of an alternative fee.
When clients are delinquent in paying fees or expenses, Juris Capital can pay off those receivables and provide additional capital to
complete the litigation. This converts troubled engagements into profitable ones, and almost always is preferable to terminating a