Adverse Cost Insurance (ATE)

In certain jurisdictions, an adverse outcome can expose the claimant to an order to pay opponents costs.  Harbour gives unique access to an A-rated panel of insurers who will protect against this eventuality by providing a bespoke insurance policy that pays out should adverse costs be awarded.  Such a policy is known as “After the Event Insurance” or “ATE”.

Harbour enables access to its insurance panel with cover being organised quickly and at advantageous rates.  When the Harbour Funds are also investing in the claim, the premium for the insurance is included in the costs that are funded.

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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.