Chicago, Illinois – Delta Capital Partners Management, a global private equity firm specializing in litigation and legal finance, is pleased to announce that Brian O’Mara has joined the company as its Chief Underwriting Officer. In this role, O’Mara will be responsible for overseeing underwriting and due diligence and managing Delta’s investment portfolios.
O’Mara joins Delta from Robbins Geller Rudman & Dowd LLP, one of the world’s most prominent complex litigation law firms. At Robbins Geller, O’Mara was a litigation partner and focused his practice on complex shareholder and antitrust disputes. O’Mara has been twice recognized by the American Antitrust Institute’s Antitrust Enforcement Awards for the category of Outstanding Antitrust Litigation Achievement in Private Law Practice, has been named a Super Lawyer by Super Lawyers Magazine for the past six consecutive years, has been named a Leading Plaintiff Financial Lawyer by Lawdragon. With two decades of experience counseling clients on complex litigation matters, O’Mara brings a wealth of expertise to Delta.
“At Delta, we are committed to attracting and retaining top talent with the ability to drive the best outcomes for our clients and investors. Brian’s extensive experience and deep knowledge of the litigation landscape will be invaluable as we continue to grow and expand our global investment portfolio,” said Christopher DeLise, Delta’s CEO and CIO. “We are thrilled to have Brian join our team and expand Delta to the West Coast.”
“I am very excited to join Delta and help the firm continue to drive innovation in the litigation finance industry,” said O’Mara. “I look forward to working with the team to evaluate high-quality investment opportunities for our clients and assist claimholders, law firms, and other parties seeking legal finance solutions around the world achieve their dispute resolution goals. I could not be happier to advance my career with the Delta team and contribute to the firm’s continued growth and success in the years ahead,” commented O’Mara.