Our Case Portfolio

Liti Capital uses in-house and external expertise along with Artificial Intelligence (AI) to select cases with a high likelihood of success.

Case Selection Policy

To enhance the likelihood of success, we only integrate into our litigation asset portfolio cases that pass a thorough and multi-step evaluation process. To this end, we conduct a complete due diligence that translates into the following elements. First, we acquire key document evidence on the case and request a favorable opinion on the prospects of success from senior counsel and experts. Second, we assess the value of the claim, the ability of the opponents to pay upon an adverse judgement or arbitral award and the enforcement strategy. To set an optimal risk management policy, we further diversify the selected cases based on the geographic presence, the industry at stake and the jurisdiction of the claim. Furthermore, we base our selection on a well-balanced proportion of higher and lower risk cases to limit the damage to investors should a claim fail. We present our strategy in more detail in the following sections.
Expanding Case Portfolio through advanced data analytics selection process
Financial & Legal Due Diligence
We conduct a thorough legal and financial due diligence process before deciding to fund or acquire a claim.
Risk Assessment
We reduce risk by balancing high risk and low risk claims as well as pursuing multiple claims at once across various jurisdictions.
We will focus on jurisdictions where enforcements of claims are straightforward and the justice system is independent from external influence.

Featured Case

This featured case is currently Liti Capital’s largest case in our portfolio. This case alone could create sufficient value to generate a strong dividend returns for LITI token holders.

Liti Capital Purchased 20% of 
Arbitration Case for $20 Million USD

Case Present Value: $100 Million USD**
Maximum Case Claim: $1+ Billion USD
Plaintiff: The plaintiff was the largest shareholder of a now liquidated US manufacturing company with a $1 Billion USD sales pipeline at the time it closed its doors due to defendant stock purchase default. Lack of payment for shares by defendant caused the plaintiff to default on financial commitment to the manufacturing company.
Defendant: Over 100 subsidiaries and significant business with substantial assets. In 2018, the plaintiff filed at the Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre (HKIAC), a top-three international arbitration court. Final Arbitration decision (no appeal) is expected in 2023 or before, if there is a settlement
*Combination of cash and tokens
**Floor value of $160 Million USD by Global Law Firm
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Growing Our Case Portfolio with the LITI Token

Liti Capital is committed to continually adding new cases to its portfolio of assets using in-house and external expertise along with advanced data analytics, to select and acquire portions of cases with a high likelihood of success and enforceability. Liti Capital uses the sale of its tokens to raise the capital needed to buy ownership in these cases. When new tokens are issued it means new assets can be purchased. When you invest in equity tokens from Liti Capital, you are investing into a private equity company with an ever-expanding diversified portfolio focusing of a valuable asset class, known for its outsized ROI potential.
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Liti Capital Commits to Fight Crypto Fraud

Between 5-10% of our yearly investment budget will be used to finance crypto-fraud cases that have affected our community members.
The idea that scammers can freely operate in the crypto sphere without facing the consequences of their actions must end to bring trust and change the perception blockchain and crypto projects have in our society. The Liti Capital and its extended team have a particular set of skills to initiate lawsuits in any part of the world, hire the best legal team and find assets belonging to defendants of cases Liti Capital pursues. Liti Capital commits to allocate between 5% and 10% of its yearly investment budget to finance cases that have affected its community members. Any LITI or wLITI token holder can report a purported fraud to the company.
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