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Can an ATE policy be good security in a claim where there are allegations of dishonesty or fraud?
Thejudge June 5th, 2023

Matthew Amey of TheJudge recently wrote an article for Practical Law on the High Court’s judgment in Saxon Woods Investment Ltd v Francesco Costa and others [2023] EWHC 850 (Ch). He considers the questions the court will examine when deciding … Continued

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Benefits of using a Broker
Donna Nortcliffe August 1st, 2022

Solicitors have a duty to advise their clients with regards to potential insurance/funding options available to them under the SRA Standards and Regulations (“STaRs”).  This can be time consuming when in the midst of dealing with a litigation matter and … Continued

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Alternative billing without additional risk? Litigation Insurance can help.
Thejudge June 26th, 2022

As recently reported in City A.M., an overwhelming majority of the UK’s most prominent law firms are now facing pressure from their existing and prospective clients to cut the costs of their services and make use of alternative billing arrangements. … Continued

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Thejudge April 29th, 2022

On the 2nd of March 2022, the Dubai International Arbitration Centre (“DIAC”) published the DIAC Arbitration Rules 2022 (“the 2022 Rules”). The Rules follow the re-launch of DIAC by Decree No. 34 of Year 2021, which abolished existing arbitration centres … Continued

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Disbursement Funding for SME business disputes
Kyle Hunter April 29th, 2022

In the current climate, many businesses are increasingly looking for creative ways to fund litigation, particularly in relation to the funding of disbursements or expenses. Disbursement funding can be obtained to assist with the costs of items such as counsel’s … Continued

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Solicitor’s Duties and Obligations
TheJudge March 11th, 2022

Solicitors have always had a duty to comply with the standards and regulations set by the SRA and on 25 November 2019, the SRA Standards and Regulations (“STaRs”) came into force.  STaRs sought to simplify the handbook but also, for … Continued

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TheJudge takes top rank again in Chambers & Partners 2021
Thejudge July 21st, 2021

          TheJudge has once again taken top rank with a Band 1 ranking in Chambers & Partners. TheJudge’s litigation insurance, now part of Thomas Miller Group, continues to go from strength to strength. Our team were … Continued

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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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