We are a specialist broking company that operates exclusively in the world of litigation finance and insurance, accessing over $5 billion of capital from over 30 funding and insurance companies, including exclusive insurance markets and capital sources.
We have been at the forefront of this highly specialist industry for nearly two decades, with a well-established reputation as the market leader.
We streamline and simplify the process by providing law firms and their clients with competitive choice and cutting edge advice. We are routinely engaged by claimants seeking third party funding, litigation insurance and risk management and/or operating capital during the life of the legal proceedings, or seeking to enforce or sell judgements or arbitral awards.
In addition, we also work with corporate enterprises involved in M&A transactions who require off balance sheet solutions for potentially obstructive litigation-related liabilities.
Unlike many brokers, we do not charge any fees for our services, nor is our commission added to the cost of the funding or insurance arrangement. We exist to get our clients from enquiry to completed funding arrangement as quickly and painlessly as possible, whilst saving our clients’ money on chargeable law firm time in liaising with insurers and funders.
Let us understand your particular circumstances and objectives and we can deliver the right solution tailored to your requirements.
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How to maintain budget certainty and manage risk when engaging external counsel
James Delaney • May 8th, 2017
In a guest column for GC magazine, James Delaney, director at specialist litigation finance and insurance broker The Judge, discusses strategies for optimising risk and reward when faced with pending litigation. It is a familiar tension when engaging external counsel … Continued
Litigation risk to boom in 2017
Matthew Amey • April 25th, 2017
Financial advisors must make sure their legal counsel is up to speed with the options available. According to forecasts, 2017 is set to be a record-breaking year for commercial disputes, and FDs and financial advisors need to consider carefully their … Continued
No cash in the attic: what now for insolvency litigation funding?
Robert Warner • February 16th, 2017
There is no doubt that administrators and liquidators face unique challenges when approaching the issue of funding insolvency claims. Up to April 2016, the most common way of funding insolvency proceedings was by combining both conditional fees agreements (CFAs) and … Continued