I thought Brett Carron’s presentation at the conference was excellent. Whilst I preach with the faith of the recently converted on the issue of funding, I have no doubt that we will have an opportunity to work together soon.
An increasing number of Harbour’s cases come directly from in-house lawyers.
For many, access to funding means they can still finance complex litigation while investing vital capital elsewhere in the business. Finance directors appreciate the certainty of zero cost that Harbour’s funding can bring to the litigation cost equation.
An increasing number of claimants now co-fund with Harbour because of the powerful message it sends to their opponents, that Harbour is funding the claim against them. Take a look at our case studies for some good examples.
We can work with your existing legal team or recommend a new team.
Please call Susan Dunn, Stephen O’Dowd or John Kingston or if you think you have a case which might benefit from Harbour funding. We’ll give you a quick assessment.
It might help if you looked at our case criteria in advance.
We’re interested in building long-term relationships with in-house lawyers so please let us know if you would like us to present to your team or board of directors on any litigation funding subjects.
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