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How litigation funding can help universities protect innovation

In an article that appeared in 'Litigation Funding' (published by the Law Society of England & Wales), Woodsford's Robin Davis looks at how litigation funders can help universities, their faculty and students protect the value of their IP. “Top colleges and universities around the world [...]

By |2019-11-13T14:24:20+00:00November 13th, 2019|Categories: IP, Litigation Funding, Patent, Robin M. Davis, TTO|Tags: , , , |

Woodsford opens office in Tel Aviv

Woodsford today announced that we are the first of the big, global litigation funders to open an office in Tel Aviv, Israel, and that we are looking to invest $20m in Israeli-sourced disputes in 2019/20. Woodsford has also announced the appointment of Yoav Navon as [...]

New Frontiers – Litigation Funding in Israel

English law firms have for years exported their services around the world. Now London-based litigation funders like Woodsford are doing the same. Why are Israeli plaintiffs and lawyers the latest to be attracted to what London litigation funders have to offer? And why are global [...]

IP enforcement goes global

Due to the outsize expense and risk inherent in patent litigation, IP enforcement is a natural fit for litigation funding.  Partnering with a litigation funder allows a patent owner to achieve equal footing against larger, better-resourced defendants and to offset some of their risk to [...]