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TheJudge remains top ranked broker for litigation finance in Chambers & Partners 2022
Thejudge July 5th, 2022

                  TheJudge is delighted to announce that for the third year running it has been ranked Band 1 in the Litigation Funding Brokers UK category. “Their understanding of the disputes process coupled … Continued

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Chief Justice highlights the need to consider litigation funding reform for access to justice in Ireland
Thejudge April 29th, 2022

The Chief Justice of Ireland has spoken out, identifying reform of third-party litigation funding, as a possible means through which access to justice can be improved in Ireland. Ireland is one of the last jurisdictions in the world where litigation … Continued

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New Delaware Supreme Court decision opens door to recovering cost of litigation funding
Thejudge April 29th, 2022

In the U.S., the general rule is that each party in a legal proceeding pays its own costs and fees. There are some exceptions under which federal courts, and occasionally federal agencies, may order the losing party to pay the … Continued

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Tech Giants fail in bids to reveal ATE premiums in the CAT
Thejudge March 7th, 2022

The Competition Appeal Tribunal (“CAT”) has refused to disclose a proposed representative claimant’s after-the-event insurance premiums to Google, ruling for the second time in recent months, that to do so would give the defendant an ‘unfair tactical advantage’. As part … Continued

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Judgment Preservation Insurance – Preserving damages awards
Thejudge October 2nd, 2021

Judgment Preservation Insurance – Preserving damages awards against an adverse appeal/annulment What is judgement preservation insurance? Judgement preservation insurance is insurance which provides coverage to plaintiffs who have already obtained a favourable judgement at trial court. It protects against risk … Continued

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Donna Nortcliffe joins TheJudge from Irwin Mitchell LLP
Thejudge June 8th, 2021

TheJudge team are delighted to announce that Donna Nortcliffe has joined our insurance team. Donna was formerly a commercial disputes solicitor at Irwin Mitchell LLP for almost a decade. During her time at Irwin Mitchell, Donna regularly advised business clients … Continued

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Global launch of TheJudge affiliate – Erso Capital
Thejudge March 3rd, 2021

As widely reported across legal news media, TheJudge’s affiliate, Erso Capital, a new litigation finance company has launched globally. At the time of the launch, between discretionary funds, single managed accounts and co-investment funds, Erso has access to capital in … Continued

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How to approach litigation funding when the option of mediation arises
Matthew Amey December 24th, 2019

Many lawyers face a dilemma while applying for litigation funding and insurance: how should they treat an unexpected mediation mid-application? While mediation is an important opportunity for any client, it can raise complicated questions on whether to put the funding and insurance applications on … Continued

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The High Court Hands Down its Judgment in the FCA Test Case on COVID-19 Business Interruption Insurance
Emily Thomas September 28th, 2020

In a landmark decision handed down on 15th September 2020, the High Court has ruled that the majority of businesses who held business interruption insurance and were forced to close due to the COVID-19 pandemic are entitled to be indemnified … Continued

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