Bench Walk Advisors LLC‘s Managing Directors Stuart Grant and Adrian Chopin are ranked in Lawdragon for the fourth consecutive year. We’re proud to introduce the 2021 Lawdragon Global 100 Leaders in Legal Finance. The 100 professionals recognized in this year’s guide are at the forefront of an industry that is expanding in ever more creative ways to help lawyers finance underdogContinue reading “2021 LAWDRAGON GLOBAL 100 LEADERS IN LEGAL FINANCE”
Three Delaware high school seniors recognized for their accomplishments will share $30,000 in scholarships funded by Delaware-based philanthropy, I Could Do Great Things Foundation The I Could Do Great Things Foundation, founded in 2009 by Stuart M. Grant and Suzanne B. Grant is pleased to announce the 2021 winners of the annual Beau Biden Memorial Scholarship. The 2021 Scholarship recipients are anContinue reading “Winners of Annual Beau Biden Memorial Scholarship Announced”
Stuart and Suzanne Grant Launch Academic Partnership Through Donation at Tulane University Academic initiative facilitates collaboration between American and Israeli Universities to solve obstacles within the energy industry At Tulane University, an initiative enabled by Stuart and Suzanne Grant and their $100,000 donation, is allowing faculty and students of Tulane to travel between the UnitedContinue reading “Stuart and Suzanne Grant Launch Academic Partnership Through Donation at Tulane University”
Stuart Grant: meet the power players of the booming litigation finance industry Litigation funders now have $11.3 billion invested or ready to invest in US commercial litigation. Heavy-hitting players include hedge funds like Fortress Investment Group and D.E. Shaw & Co. Insider interviewed dozens of experts to find out the people and firms supercharging theContinue reading “Meet the power players of the booming litigation finance industry”
The I Could Do Great Things Foundation has opened applications for the sixth annual Beau Biden Memorial Scholarship. Delaware high school seniors are invited to apply today.