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Should Priority Agreements get more priority?
Thejudge May 7th, 2021

Over time, due to the rapid growth in the availability of litigation finance, more and more cases involve a minimum of three stakeholders: a litigant, a funder and an after the event (ATE) insurer. A pre-condition of any litigation finance … Continued

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How should a lawyer approach ATE insurance where the basis of the claim could have an adverse impact on the insurance community?
Matthew Amey November 24th, 2019

This might seem like a very narrow and remote question to pose but it is very topical one. With a High Court ruling on the Financial Conduct Authority’s (FCA) business interruption insurance test case being decided in favour of the insured policyholders, who have … Continued

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Order for security funding cost prohibitive
Matthew Amey September 28th, 2020

Tribunal overturns own order for security because the cost of funding the security was “prohibitive” An ICSID tribunal has overturned its own order that the claimant provides security for costs in order to allow a German administrator to proceed with … Continued

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Accelerate: The commercial ATE product the market has waited for
TheJudge July 24th, 2020

After a detailed review of the market position for ATE insurance applications for commercial cases requiring adverse costs and own disbursement cover of up to £250,000, TheJudge have concluded that these proposals are best served by a process that involves … Continued

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Patrick Webber joins TheJudge
TheJudge June 30th, 2020

TheJudge Global is delighted to announce that Patrick Webber has joined the business as Divisional Director. Pat will be based in London but will be responsible for supporting clients of TheJudge throughout the UK and Europe. For the last 18 … Continued

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Keeping cases moving during lockdown – TheJudge – “Origin Call Service”
TheJudge April 7th, 2020

We are sure you’ll be awash with e-mailers setting out company’s policies with regards the Coronavirus. In short, at TheJudge, all our teams around the world are now working remotely. Our systems for managing new, live enquiries and ongoing matters … Continued

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Funding Insolvency Disputes: There are more options than you think
Robert Warner August 9th, 2019

The use of litigation funding is commonplace in insolvency disputes. Most IPs and insolvency solicitors have first-hand experience of putting funding in place and have “go to” contacts that they use when the need arises. But familiarity can lead to … Continued

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5 key considerations when obtaining adverse costs insurance for competition class actions
Verity Jackson-Grant July 8th, 2019

The competition class action arena is a lively market. In the largest cases, several groups rise up led by different law firms all competing in the book building process. The claimant must decide which group is offering the best deal for … Continued

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We believe we’ve found a solution to the law firm portfolio financing dilemma
Verity Jackson-Grant July 3rd, 2019

We know that litigation and arbitration teams are under increasing pressure to offer innovative fee arrangements, but doing so is not always straightforward, particularly for larger practices. A race to the bottom in discounting charge-out rates is not a sustainable … Continued

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