The Litigation Funding Investment market is anticipated to grow at a rapid rate over the forecast timeframe. With reference to value, the Litigation Funding Investment market account for USD 11412.6 Million in 2019. Furthermore, this market is estimated to reach USD 20548.5 Million by 2026 with growth at a CAGR of 6.7%.
In recent years, litigation funding investment has turned into a productive, fast-growing, and attractive asset class. Commonly, Litigation funding investment is also referred to as legal financing and third-party litigation funding (TPLF). This type of funding is a financing arrangement wherein the entire legal costs and expenses of a particular party are funded by a third party that is not connected to the dispute in any manner. Generally, such work is carried out in exchange for a financial gain from the share of any favorable reward or settlement. The funded cases are generally settled at a popular and trustworthy forum with a convincing title value and high prospects of success. From the global perspective, the regions such as the US, UK, and Australia have shown tremendous growth potential over the forecast period in this market.
The litigation funding investment market is expected to progress due to the surging funding even in the minor lawful suits. In case of intellectual property disputes, class-action lawsuits, labor lawsuits, international arbitration, consumer disputes, and a commercial lawsuit, this type of litigation funding is being practiced. Moreover, the ICC had stated that the leading countries with parties exemplified 210 cases in the US, 110 in Spain, 117 in Brazil, 139 cases in France, and 95 in Germany. The surveys have shown the consumer products to have had the big shares of patent litigation cases with 14% for practicing entities and 2% for non-practicing entities. It is thus clear that such small numbers also slowly persuade the demand for litigation funding investment market.
With the decreasing risk, relying on third-party subsidizing instead of self-financing lawful discussions expresses the rapid accounting advantages to various organizations and law offices. Furthermore, there are possibilities that the developments may increase the working costs and in turn, reduce profits. However, debate subsidizing is known to help lessen the cost, and in certain cases, be considered as income, thereby filliping the monetary goal for an organization or law office.
Global Litigation Funding Investment market is categorized subject to the end-user, application, and region. The end-user segment is fragmented into Businesses, Individuals, and Law Firms and Attorneys. The application segment is segregated into Commercial Litigation Funding, Class Action Lawsuit Funding, International Arbitration, Labor Lawsuit Funding, Insolvency Litigation Funding, Consumer Disputes, Patent Litigation Funding, Intellectual Property Litigation Funding, and Others. It has been observed that the individual litigation funding is showcasing a warm embrace during the forecast period. Even though the individual noncommercial disagreements are challenging to let go of the advanced data analysis and artificial intelligence have helped consider every case based on their evidence. Additionally, there is an increase in the startups associated with individual litigation funding and it is the reason there might be lucrative growth as proficiency in justice delivery mechanism will improve and there will be more awareness about it.
Regional analysis has helped classify the market into Europe, North America, Latin America, Asia Pacific, and the Middle East and Africa. North America region holds the largest share in the litigation funding investment market. In the US, the recent demand for case law in favor of viable dispute funding helped enhance its popularity by applicants as an alternate fee solution that assists to liquefy financial barriers to the courts. Such developments provide extra mileage to the growth of litigation funding investments.
Australia is found to have a strong third-party funding market compared to the rest of the new or growing regions. Also, the surging developments and changing landscape in this region are likely to help the Asia-Pacific region expand its litigation funding investment market.
Some of the major competitors in the Litigation Funding Investment market include Burford Capital LLC, Augusta Ventures Limited, FORIS AG, Deminor, Harbour Litigation Funding Limited, Apex Litigation Finance, IMF Bentham, Legalist Inc., Nivalion, Omni Bridgeway, Longford Capital Management LP, Pravati Capital, Validity Finance LLC, Balance Legal Capital LLP, Woodsford Litigation Funding Ltd, and Therium Group Holdings Limited, among others.
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