SOURCE: Vinson Litigation Finance

Vinson Litigation Finance

February 03, 2016 08:30 ET

Vinson Litigation Finance Releases "A Litigator's Guide to Litigation Finance"

Electronic Book Put Out to Bring Insight and Information to the Legal Industry on Litigation Finance Options

EL SEGUNDO, CA--(Marketwired - Feb 3, 2016) - Vinson Litigation Finance, a leading commercial litigation finance firm, today announced the company has released an eBook titled "A Litigator's Guide to Litigation Finance" to provide the legal industry with more clarity regarding litigation finance.

"Within the last few years, litigation finance has been utilized by many of the nation's most prestigious law firms and has become an increasingly important element in firm profitability and client service," states Dr. Donald E. Vinson, chairman and CEO of VLF. "We developed this guide to help the legal industry better understand what litigation funding is, what it's not, and how it works for certain cases. We want to see this guide serve as a comprehensive informational reference resource when it comes to litigation finance."

The guide was developed by attorneys and contains an overview of litigation finance, the types and benefits of litigation funding, hurdles and qualifications, ethical and legal considerations and much more.

The guide is available for download on the company website at
 www.vinres.com/litigators-guide-to-litigation-finance/.

About Vinson Litigation Finance
Vinson Litigation Finance (VLF), a Vinson Resolution Management (VRM) company, is a U.S.-based financial services firm providing capital for the funding of meritorious commercial litigation. VLF is the only litigation finance company that takes an objective, scientific approach to case risk analysis. Known as the VLF Evaluation Protocol(SM), VLF's proprietary technology houses a database of more than 2,000 surrogate jurors and uses sophisticated statistical and mathematical modeling processes to assess the merits of a claim and the potential for financial success.

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