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Far more than “just a broker” in the traditional sense, we operate exclusively in the world of litigation finance and insurance. Working with over 30 litigation finance and insurance companies, and with offices in London, New York, California and Toronto, we are one the most connected and experienced (Est in 2000) deal-making teams in this highly specialized market.

We work for you, our client, to explain your options without bias, to help structure the right deal format, and thereafter secure the best possible insurance or litigation finance terms we can from the market.

Neither the litigation finance or insurance market in isolation can hope to meet the needs of all clients. Whether you have a cash-flow requirement, or are simply seeking to achieve budget and risk certainty over your legal spend, it’s simply “a must” to understand the mechanics and advantages of each industry and what they can offer you, whether individually or combined.

Our work is diverse. Whether engaged by a small business that requires £500k of litigation finance, a large corporate enterprise seeking a £60m portfolio finance arrangement, or a law firm looking to expand their contingency fee work using tools that can guarantee a minimum realization rate on fees, we sit on your side of the negotiation table.

Start your exploration of this market with us, and you’ll not only save time but gain clarity of thought. By having various deal structures and the impact of different pricing models explained to you from the outset (even before we approach the market), you will be achieving your objective in the most efficient way possible – in the fastest timeframe possible.

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  • “In a market of diverse funding and insurance products, it’s invaluable to work with a broker who really knows the market, the legal issues at stake and act in our client’s best interest.”

    K & L Gates

  • “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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The claim-award discrepancy and third-party funding
Global Arbitration Review
April 26th, 2018

In light of a recent study by Allen & Overy, James Delaney, Director at specialist arbitration finance and insurance broker TheJudge, considers the discrepancy between average claims and awards in investor-state arbitration and how it affects the negotiation of third-party funding arrangements. … Continued

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How to have your cake and eat it: utilising own fee insurance to reduce the client’s outlay whilst protecting your fee income
Global Arbitration Review
March 26th, 2018

Producing a budget that is realistic and won’t scare off a prospective client during a pitch can be a challenge. Lawyers might be tempted to be overly optimistic in preparing the cost estimate, but this can be a cause of … Continued

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The ‘Arkin cap’ and the sum a funder can be ordered to give by way of security for costs
Global Arbitration Review
January 9th, 2018

The so called “Arkin cap” is a term derived from the decision of the Court of Appeal in Arkin v Borchard Lines [2005] 1 WLR 3055 which limits the liability of a third-party funder for adverse costs to an amount … Continued

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