Is Growth Dead in the Legal Market?

Is Growth Dead in the Legal Market?

What will happen to growth in the legal market when the economy starts to recover from the current crisis? Growth as a strategy will need re-thinking as firms struggle to rebuild revenue streams and are pinched by the changing demands of clients, pricing pressures and reduced headcount. We believe that growth is not dead yet, it can be revived.

Planning for the Rebound

Planning for the Rebound

We’ve been here before.  Not in the same way of course; the magnitude and length of the disruption caused by the coronavirus pandemic on the economy and the law markets will not be known for some time.  However, although a pandemic is a new challenge, severe market...
Breaking the Chains

Breaking the Chains

Reforming the legal regime regarding the use of damages-based agreements (DBAs) in the UK is a vital, and long overdue, development.  It’s a step that needs to be taken. 

DBA Working Group Project

DBA Working Group Project

Legis Finance is convening a working group of interested UK law firms to support initiatives designed to encourage broader adoption of damages-based agreements (DBAs) in the UK for appropriate cases and clients. Our ongoing discussions with lawyers in the UK have...
Tools of the Trade

Tools of the Trade

There is a growing realisation among law firms that they are missing a trick: litigation funders are making attractive returns from assets that are the law firms’ domain, and law firms are handing them those returns. In many respects, this is an example of the world...