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The last few years have seen increased interest in third-party funding for international commercial arbitration claims, both from parties that require funding to pursue substantial claims, and from funders themselves.
Lawyers and underwriters are getting battle-ready for the new ATE arena as Jackson LJ's litigation reforms approach
Harbour's Head of Litigation Funding, Susan Dunn, was shortlisted in the Finance category of The Real Business First Women Awards
Barrister of the Year winner at The Lawyer Awards, Robert Jay QC of Thirty Nine Essex Street, received his award from Harbour's Head of Litigation Funding Susan Dunn
The Hong Kong Law Reform Commission has handed down its long-awaited report on multi-party litigation, recommending cautious implementation of collective redress provisions.
A number of third-party finance organisations have recently revealed enhanced capital funds, providing practitioners and prospective clients with greater bounty at their disposal.
There is quite a buzz about third-party funding at the moment. Media coverage has spread well beyond the legal press, with recent articles on the topic in the FT and now even the Guardian.
We like this article because it highlights how funding is not just for the insolvent and just how many companies are using litigation funding to lay off the high costs of litigation