WE SPECIALISE IN PROVIDING FUNDING SOLUTIONS TO ASSIST LAW FIRMS IN LITIGATING SPECIFIC CASE TYPES
We offer finance to law firms through three types of facilities:
1) SPECIALISED FUNDING SCHEMES
We offer unique, specialised financing solutions (including off-balance sheet financing) for specific case areas. Areas of focus include mis-calculations, unfair relationships & hidden commissions (as established by the Plevin v Paragon Personal Finance Ltd), price-fixing, cartel involvement, price discrimination and abuse of market dominance or market position.
Plevin Litigation Finance
SpectraLegal Finance is at the forefront of specialised funding for Plevin litigation. We offer unique off-balance sheet solution to provide law firms with the funding they need to take the pain out of advancing unfair relationship claims established by the Supreme Court decision in Plevin v Paragon Personal Finance Ltd.
Having taken the lead on collecting valuable Plevin litigation insight over the past few years, we’ve utilised our enviable network to pioneer an innovative and collaborative platform – our Plevin Forum. Our Forum is a dedicated, confidential and empowering space for law firms to access the latest Plevin insight and new opportunities, helping them offer greater access to justice for consumers who may have been ‘Plevined’.
2) EQUITY RELEASE (ER+)
We provide the firm with a much-needed injection of capital through a unique off-balance sheet solution for disbursements.
3) DISBURSEMENT FUNDING (DF+)
A revolutionary new product which removes the disbursement expenditure burden from the law firm. We will provide all the funding required for all disbursements on all eligible cases and all funding is only repayable upon case conclusion and only if the case is successful.
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Our systems use technology which allows us to provide and analyse a wide range of information including how fee earners and suppliers are performing. This unique insight coupled with our expert analysis can help improve efficiency and drive growth.