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Global law firm Rimon PC welcomes Cannabis and Litigation attorney David Choi to its California office

news Global law firm Rimon PC welcomes Cannabis and Litigation attorney David Choi to its California office David Choi · May 5, 2021

Rimon is pleased to welcome David Y. Choi,  a leading Cannabis and Litigation attorney who regularly serves as an outside general counsel to clients, as a partner in the firm’s Los Angeles and San Francisco offices. Mr. Choi joins Rimon from Goldberg Segalla where he was Partner and Chair of the Cannabis and Hemp Law Practice. Mr. Choi devotes a substantial portion of his practice to serving clients in the…

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Global law firm Rimon PC welcomes Keith Munson as a Litigation Partner in its new South Carolina office

news Global law firm Rimon PC welcomes Keith Munson as a Litigation Partner in its new South Carolina office Keith Munson · February 16, 2021

Greer, South Carolina – Rimon is proud to welcome Keith Munson, a former federal and military prosecutor, as a litigation partner.  Mr. Munson lives in Greer, South Carolina and will be based out of the firm’s new South Carolina office. Mr. Munson joins the firm from Womble Bond Dickinson (US) LLP where he was a…

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“True Sales” in Litigation Funding Agreements

insights “True Sales” in Litigation Funding Agreements John J. Hanley · “True Sales” in Litigation Funding Agreements Douglas J. Schneller · February 4, 2021

An issue that keeps some litigation funders up at night concerns the possibility of a claimant filing for bankruptcy after receiving funding and before their underlying case is resolved.  Proceeds from the case may become property of the bankruptcy estate and made available to the transferor’s creditors.  A carefully drafted litigation funding agreement (“LFA”) can…

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Litigation Finance Waterfalls

insights Litigation Finance Waterfalls John J. Hanley · December 29, 2020

“Look with open eyes and you will see the beauty of the waterfall.” – Anthony T. Hincks   A key term in pricing for litigation finance (sometimes called litigation funding) is the order of priority in which litigation proceeds are paid to parties with an interest in the matter including the litigation funder.  This is known…

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Litigation Finance 101

insights Litigation Finance 101 John J. Hanley · December 18, 2020

You are the CEO of a thriving technology company.  Your chief legal officer informs you that a well-heeled vender has stolen components of the intellectual property that is your company’s lifeblood.  However, litigation is expensive and the thief is prepared to engage in a costly war of attrition intended to exhaust and overwhelm your business…

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Rimon  welcomes new Litigation Partner Ivan L. Tjoe to its Los Angeles office

news Rimon  welcomes new Litigation Partner Ivan L. Tjoe to its Los Angeles office Ivan L. Tjoe · September 18, 2020

Rimon is proud to welcome Ivan L. Tjoe, an experienced civil litigator, as a Partner in its Los Angeles office. Mr. Tjoe joins Rimon from Ropers, Majeski, Kohn & Bentley, where he also worked as a Partner. Mr. Tjoe is the 24th partner to join Rimon in 2020, a year where the firm has opened offices in…

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Ninth Circuit Questions Whether Litigation Funding Advances Made Against a Portfolio of Cases Runs Afoul of New York Usury Laws

insights Ninth Circuit Questions Whether Litigation Funding Advances Made Against a Portfolio of Cases Runs Afoul of New York Usury Laws John J. Hanley · Ninth Circuit Questions Whether Litigation Funding Advances Made Against a Portfolio of Cases Runs Afoul of New York Usury Laws Douglas J. Schneller · June 18, 2020

No Sure Thing! Ninth Circuit questions whether litigation funding advances made against a portfolio of cases runs afoul of New York usury laws. On June 11, 2020, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit certified a question for the New York Court of Appeals: whether a litigation financing agreement qualified as a “loan”…

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Rimon Law welcomes Intellectual Property attorneys Dr. Steven Colby and Robert Hayden as Partners to its Menlo Park office 

news Rimon Law welcomes Intellectual Property attorneys Dr. Steven Colby and Robert Hayden as Partners to its Menlo Park office  Steven Colby · Rimon Law welcomes Intellectual Property attorneys Dr. Steven Colby and Robert Hayden as Partners to its Menlo Park office  Robert Hayden · April 15, 2020

Silicon Valley — Adding to its fast-growing Intellectual Property (IP) team, Rimon Law welcomes Dr. Steven Colby and Robert Hayden as Partners in its Menlo Park Office. They will be joining from Royse Law where Dr. Colby was Director of IP Strategies and Mr. Hayden was Counsel. “With companies recognizing the overwhelming importance of protecting their intellectual property and patents, it is critical for law firms to have teams…

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Litigation Finance – A Modest Proposal

insights Litigation Finance – A Modest Proposal John J. Hanley · Litigation Finance – A Modest Proposal Douglas J. Schneller · January 23, 2020

Many lawyers have heard the one about the consultation with a new client.  Lawyer: “You have a pretty good case.  How much justice can you afford?”  It’s funny but it also distills a troubling reality – high stakes commercial claims are costlier to assert and the likelihood of success more uncertain than ever; clients are…

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The End of Fine Art Experts? A Few Lessons Learned From The Recent Agnes Martin Litigation

insights The End of Fine Art Experts? A Few Lessons Learned From The Recent Agnes Martin Litigation Sam Miller · July 18, 2019

Picture this. The Picasso that always hung in your childhood livingroom; a gift to your grandfather from a grateful gallery owner, liberated as your grandfather’s 264th Infantry Regiment worked its way through France in the dying days of World War II. As the years passed, and family generations moved on, the family puts the Picasso…

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