Longford Capital Managing Director Named to 2018 IAM Strategy 300 — The World’s Leading IP Strategists

CHICAGO, March 1, 2018 - Longford Capital, a leader in the commercial litigation finance industry, announced that the editors and publishers of Intellectual Asset Management magazine selected its managing director William P. Farrell, Jr. for IAM Strategy 300 – The World’s Leading IP Strategists. Now in its 10th year, IAM Strategy 300 is an annual list of individuals with established track records for developing and implementing world-class IP value creation programs.

IAM Strategy 300 uses an unbiased research process to identify consultants, intermediaries and financiers, as well as lawyers and attorneys, whose primary expertise is helping IP owners increase the value of their portfolios. All of those named in the 2018 publication have gone through a deliberate selection process, reflecting the views of leading figures in the world of corporate IP as well as the wider IP community.

Longford Capital regularly provides equity financing and assistance to businesses and organizations that are executing programs to obtain value from IP portfolios.

“This is the fourth year in a row that Intellectual Asset Management has recognized a member of our leadership team,” said William H. Strong, Chairman and Managing Director of Longford Capital. “It is exceptional affirmation of the value that we provide companies and organizations seeking a better way to finance their mission-critical IP litigation. There is significant and growing demand for our services in this space. With Cindy Ahn and Russell Genet new to the team within the last year, we will continue to meet this demand with innovative solutions.”

About Longford Capital

Longford Capital is a leading private investment company that provides capital to leading law firms, public and private companies, universities, government agencies, and other entities involved in large-scale, commercial legal disputes. Typically, Longford Capital funds attorneys' fees and other costs necessary to pursue meritorious legal claims in return for a share of a favorable settlement or award. The firm manages a diversified portfolio, and considers investments in subject matter areas where it has developed considerable expertise, including, business-to-business contract claims, antitrust and trade regulation claims, intellectual property claims (including patent, trademark, copyright, and trade secret), fiduciary duty claims, fraud claims, claims in bankruptcy and liquidation, domestic and international arbitrations, and a variety of others.