How Hedge Fund Managers Can Address Common Issues and Risks When Enforcing Judgments Against Debtors

If collectible assets become moving targets, they must be tracked and monitored well in advance of acquiring a judgment and acting upon it.

October 20, 2016

Numerous hedge funds are adept at making investments based on the outcome of litigation. While the main type of foray garnering attention in this field has been litigation finance, the acquisition of unexecuted judgments has become an increasingly attractive opportunity. For more on litigation funding as an investment, see “In Turbulent Markets, Hedge Fund Managers Turn to Litigation Funding for Absolute, Uncorrelated Returns” (Jun. 24, 2009).

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Craig Weiner


Chair, New York Commercial and Financial Litigation Group

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