Criteria


Redbreast’s clients are companies, bankruptcy administrators, financial institutions, and central and local governments that cannot or do not wish to allocate significant management time and resources to litigating a commercial claim, or that lack the expertise to achieve an optimum result.

We define “commercial claim” as a claim arising from or relating to commercial activities in any industry. Examples of claims that fall within our scope include claims in the area of M&A and other business transactions, corporate disputes, bankruptcy, distribution and agency, anti-cartel, investment treaty arbitration, IP infringement, and claims arising from any other type of breach, abuse, fraudulent or wrongful act in a business-to-business or business-to-state relationship.

When assessing a case proposed for funding and management we focus on:

  • the substantive and ethical merits of the case,
  • claim size in relation to the expected time and costs of litigation,
  • the recovery risk, and
  • the quality and track record of the lawyers handling the case (if already retained).

Redbreast does not fund personal injury, or consumer claims.