The LFJ Podcast Episode 49 — Rebecca Berrebi; Avenue 33, LLC
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John Freund

By John Freund |

On this episode, Rebecca Berrebi, Founder and CEO of litigation funding advisory firm Avenue 33, LLC, explains the benefits of an advisory service to funders, lawyers, claimants and investors. She discusses the types of questions advisors get from their clients, what law firms and claimants should look for when partnering with a funder, the evolution of the funding industry over the last five years, and what the future holds for this rapidly-evolving space.

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