How Contingency Fee Lawyers Are Handling Case Costs

With more and more contingency fee law firms switching to case cost financing to help them deal with the rising cost associated with their cases, it can sometimes be easy to dig your heels in and say “we’ve always done it this way”. Is that a valid enough reason to retain your current financial model? Watch Ari Kornhaber (EVP and Head of Corporate Development, Esquire Bank) discussing with industry experts how contingency fee law firms can offset the challenges ...

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Case cost financing arms law firms with the same war chest that well-funded corporate goliaths come to court with.


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