Plaintiffs and their legal teams can be daunted by the high cost and length of complex litigation. They often walk away from potentially strong cases because they can’t carry the costs. That’s where we enter the picture.
Legal funding is not a loan, it is an advance of cash. There are no monthly payments, no upfront payments, and money is advanced on a non-recourse basis - meaning that we only get paid if you win your case.
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We provide funding to plaintiffs and their law firms engaged in large disputes, both in the U.S. and abroad. Our highly-experienced team dives into a case, assessing its merits, providing strategic guidance where desired, lining up experts to strengthen it, and — most importantly — deploy the funding needed to carry the case through to its best outcome. We share risk — we are repaid only if the case is successful — and we promote collaboration among client, law firm and funder. Our financing is designed to align the interests of all parties. Really, it’s quite simple. We partner with you to help you win.
For plaintiffs involved in large disputes (damages greater than $10 million) in the United States and abroad, TownCenter Partners LLC provides investment capital to enable them to pursue their claims to the most desirable outcome. We work with law firms, corporations and individuals, offering our unique experience, a risk-sharing partnership, transparency of operation and simplicity of funding terms.
Areas of expertise:
• Complex business and commercial disputes
• Intellectual property claims involving copyright, trademark and patent infringement
• Product Liability and Tort Claims
• Personal Injury
• Medical Malpractice
• Breach of contract
• Breach of fiduciary duty
• Bankruptcy and insolvency claims
• Domestic and international arbitrations
• Whistleblower claims
If you would like provide specific information about your case, please click here for our inquiry form: Litigation Finance Form
Have questions and need more in-depth answers? See our guide to pre-settlement financing by clicking here: Questions Answered