Problem-Solving
Litigation Capital

BlueWhite helps companies, law firms, and other claimants with meritorious litigation or arbitration claims by providing access to strategic capital

Our focus is on significant commercial matters, with a typical capital commitment between $5 and $15 million. We maintain the flexibility to evaluate each matter on its own merits and, where appropriate, provide financing outside of this range

Our Work

Examples of the type of work we can do within complex commercial
litigation and arbitration include:

Breach of Contract

Securities

M&A

Antitrust

Fraud

Breach of Duty

Bankruptcy

Intellectual Property

Asset Recovery

Asset Tracing

Breach of Contract

 

Securities

 

M&A

 

Antitrust

 

Fraud

 

Breach of Duty

Bankruptcy

Intellectual Property

Asset Recovery

  • When deciding whether and how to work with lawyers, their clients, and corporate executives who may need our funds, we weigh each matter individually on its own merits. Our commitment to structuring custom solutions for a diverse set of needs is a key element of our business
  • We are committed to operating with high standards of excellence and integrity in all that we do, and we provide clear, timely feedback at every step of the way
  • We employ specific procedures to ensure a confidential, transparent and responsive investment process

The Utility of Litigation Finance

The Utility of
Litigation Finance

In its simplest form, litigation finance provides capital to companies, law firms, and other claimants in exchange for a portion of the proceeds from a litigation or arbitration. The capital provided is nonrecourse, meaning the funded party only pays the litigation finance provider if their claim is successful

Litigation finance enables these parties to treat their meritorious legal claims as assets and raise capital against them. This allows these entities to pursue beneficial cases while reducing the cost or risk associated with realizing the value of their claim.

Litigation finance enables these parties to treat their meritorious legal claims as assets and raise capital against them. This allows these entities to pursue beneficial cases while reducing the cost or risk associated with realizing the value of their claim.

In its simplest form, litigation finance provides capital to companies, law firms, and other claimants in exchange for a portion of the proceeds from a litigation or arbitration. The capital provided is nonrecourse, meaning the funded party only pays the litigation finance provider if their claim is successful

Litigation finance enables these parties to treat their meritorious legal claims as assets and raise capital against them. This allows these entities to pursue beneficial cases while reducing the cost or risk associated with realizing the value of their claim

Litigation finance is a unique tool that can be applied creatively across a variety of situations to support the specific goals of a law firm, company, or other claimant