Case studies

Litigation is traumatic for claimants, with intimidation a common tactic used by defendants. We have an open door policy so that claimants can come and ask us about their case.

Susan Dunn - Head of Litigation Funding

Examples of the 100 plus cases we have funded since 2002

A common theme is the claimant’s inability to fund a strong case without external funding. But they all tell their own story and, because Harbour Litigation Funding takes the long term view, some are still ongoing (to appeal in one case). 

Quite simply, these cases would not have happened without Harbour’s Litigation funding.

Roadchef: a Harbour success story...

Harbour’s funding led to a successful settlement for low paid employees who ot...

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Thwaytes v Sothebys: the risks inherent ...

Harbour’s funding enabled an impecunious individual to bring a complex profess...

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Property Developers v Bank...

Even in a case where the original events happened five years previously, and whe...

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Successful SME v Large Investment Bank...

This ongoing breach of Non-Disclosure case demonstrates how even claimants with ...

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Trustees v Former trustees...

An ongoing case of Breach of Trust of an Investment Management Agreement with pr...

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Minority Shareholder v Majority Sharehol...

This unfair prejudice action is a typical case for Harbour to consider for fundi...

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