Established in 2000 with offices in London, Manchester, California and Toronto, TheJudge is a specialist broker of After-the-Event litigation insurance (also known as ATE insurance) with access to competitive litigation funding products for law firms and their clients. We are one of the most connected and experienced teams in this highly specialized market.
Neither the litigation insurance market nor the litigation funding market can hope to meet the needs of all clients in isolation. Whether you have a cash-flow requirement or are simply seeking to achieve budget and risk certainty over your legal spend, it is vital that you understand the mechanics of the different types of products and what they can offer you.
Our value to you lies in our overarching view of both the litigation insurance and litigation funding markets. We have unrivalled experience in tailoring arrangements that consider and, where appropriate, combine both options. Our hands on and bespoke approach ensures we understand your fee objectives and build commercial solutions to match.
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“TheJudge will be a valuable resource, both to commercial litigants and their lawyers alike to help navigate through the increasingly diverse mix of litigation funding options.”
Cassels Brock & Blackwell LLP
“…They know which funders to approach with specific cases, and have proven their ability to secure offers from a range of providers. The team at TheJudge also negotiate on our clients’ behalf to get the best offer they can.”
White & Case LLP
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March 13th, 2019
Post Lord Justice Jackson’s review of civil litigation costs, which effectively provided judicial endorsement to litigation funding, a small portion of commercial disputes lawyers started to highlight to prospective clients the possibilities of their using litigation finance to fund some … Continued
TheJudge’s February Update
March 7th, 2019
Adverse Costs Insurance – Differing Perspectives A representative of a well-known funder recently stated that there are significant capacity issues within the ATE market and that it is becoming more and more difficult for claimants to obtain adverse costs insurance … Continued
Adverse costs insurance: Differing perspectives
February 25th, 2019
Whilst attending a conference recently I was surprised to hear a representative of a well-known funder state that there are significant capacity issues within the ATE market and that it was becoming increasingly difficult for claimants to obtain adverse costs … Continued