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$100 Million Litigation Fund Launched by LexShares

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  LexShares, a litigation funding platform, has announced the launch of Marketplace Fund II (LMFII). Investors may now participate in the $100 million fund that benefits from successful/resolved lawsuits. LexShares notes that LMFII opens following the company’s 100th legal claim investment. Prior to the public… Read More

Fintech Platform LexShares Launches First Marketplace Fund

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LexShares, a fintech platform that enables individuals and institutions to invest in litigation, announced on Thursday it has launched the LexShares Marketplace Fund I (LMFI). LMFI is LexShares’ first marketplace fund, which enables investors to gain exposure to multiple litigation finance assets through one investment… Read More

Litigation Funding Site LexShares Welcomes Institutional Funding

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LexShares, an online marketplace that matches plaintiffs litigation to investors says it is “open to institutional investors”.  The crowdfunding platform states its model of crowdfunding has not changed but it will now allow individual investors participate alongside big money.  The site did not announce it… Read More

LexShares Launches New Legal Crowdfunding Platform: Investors Buy Stakes in Lawsuits

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LexShares, a crowdfunding platform founded by Jay Greenberg and his business partner Max Volsky,  launched today.   Investors buy a stake in the outcome of a lawsuit by giving businesses the cash they need to operate while their cases go forward. “There’s really an education… Read More

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