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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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Chambers acknowledges TheJudge as Top Ranked Litigation Broker
TheJudge July 29th, 2020

TheJudge Global are delighted to announce that we have been recognised as one of the leading litigation funding brokers in the UK, achieving Band 1 status in the Chambers and Partners directory.  Matt Amey has also been recognised as a … Continued

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Global Economic Turbulence – The equalizer opportunity for international arbitration lawyers
TheJudge June 18th, 2020

A few weeks ago was a dire week in the global financial markets, following the US Federal Reserve’s pessimistic warnings about the slow economic growth ahead.  Both big and small businesses are suffering alike.  Whether because of drastic government bailouts, … Continued

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Large indemnities for group claims– the new norm?
Robert Warner March 11th, 2020

Put your case in pole position: TheJudge closes a policy with over £30m of cover With the rise in group litigations, in particular in the competition and securities sector, it’s natural that demand for adverse costs insurance policies with high … Continued

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Competition Review
TheJudge July 15th, 2019

Creative solutions for financing competition litigation Deciding whether to pursue a competition claim following loss as a result of anti-competitive behaviour is not an easy decision to make. Potential claimants can find themselves in the frustrating situation of needing cash … Continued

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Creative solutions for financing competition litigation
Robert Warner July 8th, 2019

Deciding whether to pursue a claim following loss as a result of anti-competitive behaviour is not necessarily an easy decision to make.  In most cases, expensive expert witnesses must be engaged from the outset to be able to adequately assess … Continued

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Focus on Arbitration
TheJudge May 10th, 2019

Insurance is an essential ingredient as the global expansion of litigation funding continues Folllowing the publication of the Abu-Dhabi Global Markets (ADGM) Courts set of Litigation Funding Rules 2019, Matthew Amey explores whether such guidelines can act as a catalyst … Continued

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The Selling of Arbitration Awards – Are your clients aware of their options?
James Delaney May 3rd, 2019

Litigation funding is now well understood as an option for Claimants pursuing international arbitration disputes to remove the financial cost burden of paying legal fees and expenses. The majority of legal budgets we see at TheJudge typically range between $1m-$15m, … Continued

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Davey v Money & Otrs – An unwelcome decision for funders?
Emily Thomas May 1st, 2019

On 17 April 2019, the High Court handed down a judgment that is likely to have significant repercussions for the commercial litigation funding industry. It was found that a third-party funder was liable for all of the defendants’ costs incurred … Continued

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