FightRight Technologies Launches New Fund

By John Freund |

The Indian litigation funding market continues to stand out as a hotbed of activity for new funding efforts, with startups and legal tech firms looking for opportunities to grab a share of this growing market. There is an equal appetite from investors in the country to secure valuable returns on litigation finance investments, with the launch of a new fund aimed at High-Net-Worth Individuals (HNWIs).

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By John Freund |

The Indian litigation funding market continues to stand out as a hotbed of activity for new funding efforts, with startups and legal tech firms looking for opportunities to grab a share of this growing market. There is an equal appetite from investors in the country to secure valuable returns on litigation finance investments, with the launch of a new fund aimed at High-Net-Worth Individuals (HNWIs).

Business Today covered the announcement by FightRight Technologies, an Indian legal tech startup, which has launched a new fund for HNWI investors looking to diversify their portfolios and explore litigation finance as an alternative asset. The Rs 100 crore fund will look to build a portfolio of 15-20 cases, with FightRight expecting an annualized ROI of 30 percent or greater. The startup confirmed that the fund, which is a special purpose vehicle, has already secured 100 percent of the committed investment required.

FightRight was founded by Nitin Jain and Visha Mangal in 2020, utilizing its proprietary AI and machine learning technology to analyze litigation opportunities for potential investment and risk assessments. The funder is targeting claims brought by mid-market and MSME businesses, as well as individuals bringing commercial disputes, and has already funded Rs 250 crore worth of claims in the current financial year. Jain, who serves as CEO of FightRight, stated that the new fund is looking to take advantage of the “significant increase in demand for litigation funding” in India.

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Legal Finance SE Announces Plans to Fund Hundreds of Lawsuits Against Illegal Online Casinos

By Harry Moran |

The Indian litigation funding market continues to stand out as a hotbed of activity for new funding efforts, with startups and legal tech firms looking for opportunities to grab a share of this growing market. There is an equal appetite from investors in the country to secure valuable returns on litigation finance investments, with the launch of a new fund aimed at High-Net-Worth Individuals (HNWIs).

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Federal Judges Argue Against Public Disclosure of Litigation Funding

By Harry Moran |

The Indian litigation funding market continues to stand out as a hotbed of activity for new funding efforts, with startups and legal tech firms looking for opportunities to grab a share of this growing market. There is an equal appetite from investors in the country to secure valuable returns on litigation finance investments, with the launch of a new fund aimed at High-Net-Worth Individuals (HNWIs).

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