Now, I'm willing to bet that you didn't realize that a lawsuit is an asset for the plaintiff. If the case is very strong, it's a very valuable asset.
Since the 1980s, people have been investing in lawsuits by advancing the cost to the plaintiff in return for an agreed portion of the award or settlement.
Today's guest is Jay Greenberg, co-founder of LexShares, which funds litigation.
Before he co-founded LexShares, Greenberg worked in Deutsche Bank's tech investment banking group. There, Greenberg focused on merger and acquisition advisory, debt and equity financing (primarily for enterprise software), tech services, and fintech companies.
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Welcome to the Capital Gains podcast! I'm your host, Jonathan Twombly.
Today's guest is Scott Meyers, the owner of Self Storage Investing.
Scott has an amazing story having worked his way up from buying $30,000 houses to bigger multi-family deals and then into self storage. Scott is now one of the countries leading experts on self storage investments, with a portfolio of more than 4,000 units around the country.
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In this episode of the Capital Gains podcast, Jim Bronstein of Marine Business Advisors shares why investing in marinas and boat yards could be worth your while.
Jim has been in the boat yard and marina business for more than 35 years as an operator, investor, consultant and investment advisor.
On today's show, he tells us how the marina business has grown from a mom and pop hobbyist endeavor to a serious investment asset that's highly sought after by real estate investors and private equity firms alike.
If you're interested in how to invest in marinas, there's no one better to know than Jim Bronstein.
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Welcome to the Capital Gains podcast with Jonathan Twombly. Today's guest is Christie Pitts, a venture development manager at Verizon Ventures.
Christie talks about corporate venture capital and how it differs from traditional venture capital.
In particular, she explains, corporations seek to invest in early-stage companies were the deal not only makes sense from a financial perspective but the target company is a strategic fit with the corporation's overall business interests.
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