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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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Litigation funders, group claims and security for costs: Rowe and others v Ingenious Media Holdings Plc and others
Matthew Amey March 4th, 2020

Litigation funders and after the event (ATE) insurers will be carefully reviewing a judgment delivered by Nugee J in the Rowe and others v Ingenious Media litigation because it will affect a number of group claims which, by their nature, … Continued

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Will artificial intelligence revolutionise the litigation funding market any time soon? (Spoiler alert) Probably not!
Verity Jackson-Grant September 26th, 2019

It is no secret that applying for litigation funding can be arduous and time consuming. On the one hand, it’s no surprise that it might take some time to convince a funder to invest potentially millions of pounds in the … Continued

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Muddy Waters: Will Regulation Follow?
Verity Jackson-Grant September 13th, 2019

Will the Burford/Muddy Waters saga increase the likelihood of regulation for the litigation funding industry? It is not often that litigation funding makes the national, let alone international news, but the recent allegations made by Muddy Waters in respect of … Continued

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What’s the deal with DBA insurance?
Verity Jackson-Grant August 12th, 2019

Insurance is an increasingly popular option to mitigate the financial risk of a damages-based agreement. Verity Jackson Grant explains how it works and the potential benefits for your firm. Most disputes lawyers will have come across cases that would have … Continued

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