Damages Based Agreements

Law firms can utilise funding (whether on a full or partial basis) when instructed on Conditional Fee Agreements (CFAs) and Damages Based Agreements (DBAs).

Harbour has developed a proprietary hybrid DBA, having obtained advice from three QCs that it complies with the current regulations.

This unique Harbour solution provides a pre-packaged means to operate on a co-funding basis providing both risk mitigation for law firms and a share in the upside of the success.

Stop Press

Susan Dunn joins a panel of funders to discuss funding and claims aggregation at the ABA's inaugural global antitrust litigation conference on 8 May in Amsterdam. This event brings stellar speakers from leading law firms worldwide and keynote speakers such as Hon. Sir Peter Roth, President of the UK’s Competition Appeal Tribunal under one roof.