Because we are a boutique trial firm focused on high-stakes plaintiffs’ cases, we have virtually no conflicts prosecuting cases against any institutional or corporate defendants. Moreover, because we are essentially self-funded and actually prefer a success-fee approach, there is never a budgetary impediment to bringing a case that we like. Consequently, we have the ability to bring cases that many other law firms cannot – such as cases against auditors, lawyers, banks, insurers, and Fortune 500 companies. We have gone up against each of the “Big Four” accounting firms, numerous AmLaw 200 law firms, and some of the largest banks in the world – and won.
Many of our clients are bankruptcy trustees, receivers, and offshore liquidators. These clients generally lack funding and look to us to self-fund the prosecution of their claims by bringing litigation on a success fee. At the same time, these types of clients prefer “one-stop shopping” when it comes to pursuing multiple related claims. Unlike other firms that might be conflicted out of (or simply unwilling to handle) certain claims, we can generally pursue all of client’s claims. In our experience, having one firm handle multiple cases on behalf of a client ensures consistency in case themes and theories and helps avoid a variety of potential pitfalls.
Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome.