ARLINGTON, Va., Sept. 12, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Bloomberg BNA today announced it would be hosting an executive briefing, Litigation Finance: Driving Law Firm Profitability, focused on providing insights to law firms on how to integrate financing into their litigation practices. Conducted in partnership with Bentham IMF, the event takes place on Wednesday, September 21 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. at the offices of Bloomberg LP at 120 Park Avenue in Manhattan. Complimentary registration is available at http://www.bna.com/Litigation-Financing/.
The event will feature a keynote from Dean of the University of California Irvine School of Law, Erwin Chemerinsky. Author of the forthcoming book, "Closing the Courthouse Doors," Dean Chemerinsky will address how the upcoming election can change the course of the Supreme Court's recent decisions and create a new era of wider access to civil justice.
The briefing will also feature a panel discussion that will provide attendees a closer look at how firms use third-party financing to create value, mitigate risk and contribute to growth for their litigation practices. Panelists include:
- Roger Meltzer, Global Co-Chairman and Americas Co-Chairman of DLA Piper
- Reed S. Oslan, Partner, Kirkland & Ellis LLP
- Allison Chock, Investment Manager, Legal Counsel, Bentham IMF
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