PLATFORMA - proven provider of litigation financing, legal marketplace, and well-established media

  • Litigation finance - to support high-value legal cases with financing sources to cover all legal proceedings
  • Platforma marketplace - to facilitate lawyer-claimant-defendant ecosystem, including all facets of communications and service delivery
  • Platforma media - to provide a proven and comprehensive source of legal information on market evolution, renowned events and proceedings, and PR support for selected clients who require wide legal case transparency
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Litigation Financing

  • commercial disputes
  • consumer rights
  • legacy rights
  • corporate disputes
  • intellectual property
  • domestic and international arbitration
  • breach of contracts / indemnification
  • poor quality medical service

Investments can be applied to cover all kinds of legal expenses including legal fees, expertise expenses, state duty payments


Investments enforce position in court and enable countering financially stronger counterpart in long-term legal proceedings


No expenses and risks; if the case is lost, investments are not returned


Free professional expetise to evaluate case merits


LEGAL marketplace

We welcome you to join our Lawyer Directory that aims to develop an ecosystem of lawyers and clients. The Lawyer Catalog (Directory) offers you to find lawyer in your local vicinity or wherever comfortable, request your case consideration with affordable pricing or external financing.


Make use of our Lawyer Directory according to your requests and demands. Select your city, preferrable legal expertise, browse available lawyers by their regional presense, level of experience, applicable law practice, client opinion, and success stories, as well as pricing ranges. You can also gather lawyers into flexible, dedicated teams to cover your current demand for legal services.


Some types of court cases — for example, protecting consumer rights — are important to publicize and attract the attention of journalists and the public. We provide comprehensive PR support services for commercial disputes, «individual versus corporation» disputes and class action suits. We also position ourselves as a comprehensive legal media that covers all notable news, events, names, companies, offers webinars, conducts research, etc.


Litigation Funding is an accepted and judicially sanctioned activity perceived to be in the public interest.

Lord Justice Tomlinson
Excalibur Ventures LLC v. Texas Keystone Inc 2017

The next three years will be busiest three
years in international dispute resolution
history... Litigation funding will be a massive factor.


Many are predicting that we're going to see an increase in third-party funding. The States' necessary responses to the current virus-health situation and the economic situation as the consequence of course are causing a lot of very quick moving measures which could end up generating a number of disputes that are coming up and we will probably also be seeing the increase in third-party funding for insolvent parties that may have claims.

Patricia Shaughnessy,
former vice chair, scc
online conference “Arbitration on the Eve of the New Era”, May 15, 2020

Third-party litigation funding is here to stay, and not just for small or cash-strapped claimants...the involvement of a funder adds an additional layer of diligence at an early stage of the process, leading to greater rigour in risk and cost-benefit assessments.

Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer
International Arbitration February 2016

Funding is beneficial and should be supported. It promotes access to justice

Lord Justice Jackson

Litigation funding is not just for claimants. For example, it can also be used by law firms to fund their work – in – progress (WIP). 

Nick Rowles – Davies
Managing Director, Burford Capital

Litigation funding does not encourage frivolous litigation

Max Volsky
co-founder and chief investment officer of LexShares
LexShares, 2018

External funding for litigation will grow, especially in international arbitration. But I do not agree that the availability of such a service will lead to an increase in unsubstantiated claims. Claims approved by investors have an advantage, just as the external financing service itself is often the only way to file a claim.

Lars Markert
Gleiss Lutz, Germany,Legal IT Club, 03 March 2017

I do not believe that the availability of external funding for lawsuits can increase the number of unsubstantiated claims. To get funding, claims go through a thorough analysis. To date, investors in court cases are already experts in reducing court costs, for which arbitration participants should be grateful to them.

Anna-Maria Tamminen
 Hannes Snellman Attorneys Ltd., Finland, Legal IT Club, 03 March 2017

Law firms no longer use litigation funding only to insure against possible losses. Now it's a marketing tool that helps them win new customers.

Greg McPolin
Burford, ноябрь 2018

A litigation investor helps a claimant if he or she cannot afford to sue. At the same time, we should not forget that when a court funder invests money, he wants to earn. That's fair, because he risks his money. But you have to be very carefully to keep the right balance of interests between the court funder, the client and the lawyer. 

Simon Davis,
President of the Law Society of England and Wales
PLATFORMA Media, November 13, 2019

I consider portfolio investments in litigation expenses as an alternative source of funding for any companies with a different business profile. You can compare them to aircraft leasing or a McDonald's franchise.

Jay Greenberg,
CEO and co-founder of LexShares Foundation Litigation Finance Journal, October 10, 2017

In case of financial difficulties, when the second party has solid finances that allow it to delay the litigation, external financing is the only way to establish justice in commercial disputes

Roland Ziadé
Linklaters LLP, France Legal IT Club, 03 March 2017

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