Woodsford enters the Canadian market with three key hires

Woodsford today announced further expansion of our international executive team and entry into the Canadian market with the appointment John G. Booth, Ekin Cinar and Richard Asselin as Consultants. Ekin, with extensive experience in complex, high-value disputes involving commercial arbitration and litigation, is based in [...]

Woodsford announces further significant expansion with three key hires and a continued international recruitment drive

Woodsford today announced further significant expansion with three key London hires and a continued international recruitment drive. The appointment of Adam Erusalimsky, Alex Hickson and Daniel Littman in London and the search for Business Development Managers in Singapore and Canada (x2) illustrate Woodsford’s continued rapid [...]

Mitesh Modha joins Woodsford as Business Development & Origination Director

Woodsford today announced further expansion of its international executive team with the appointment of Mitesh Modha to the position of Business Development & Origination Director. Mitesh, who will play a key role in Woodsford’s business development activities outside of North America, joins from Kain Knight, [...]

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 [...]

Woodsford’s CEO Steven Friel recognised as top 100

Woodsford is pleased that our CEO, Steven Friel, has been recognised as one of 100 top legal consultants and strategists in this year's 'Lawdragon Global 100 - Leading Consultants and Strategists to the Legal Profession'. Lawdragon state: "The emergence of advisors and consultants to the [...]

Litigation Finance for Boutique Law Firms

Prior to the development of litigation finance, there were few workable solutions for boutique law firms seeking to reduce financial pressure while also driving growth. Traditional credit providers are ill-suited to consider a law firm’s contingent receivables as a valuable asset. However, litigation finance [...]

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