On September 29, Michael Kelley moderated a panel at the LF Dealmakers Forum in New York City. Michael led a conversation among litigation finance veterans on why deals fall apart and what to do when they do. The panel shared their experiences (both good and bad), as well as insights gained over time on industry best practices. Discussion points included: The most common post deal issues When and how to break up with a funder/client Refinancing and workouts Use of independent counsel The LF Dealmakers Forum is considered the go-to event for litigation finance, bringing together thought leaders, in-house counsel, and other decision-makers from across the country. Michael is a frequent speaker at it. Litigation Finance Journal wrote an article about Michael's panel. You can read it here.