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More Capital = More Deployment Pressure & Off Piste Investing
thejudge March 16th, 2017

Recent reports in the press have highlighted the significant amount of growth in litigation funding capital there has been in the last two years. A study by RPC identified an increase of 55% in the amount capital available to deploy … Continued

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Litigation Funding; No Rush to Regulate
thejudge March 15th, 2017

In response to a series of questions regarding the regulation of the litigation funding industry, the Government conclude a present lack of need for further assessment. Despite its proliferation over the past decade, the market for litigation funding remains largely … Continued

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No cash in the attic: what now for insolvency litigation funding?
thejudge February 16th, 2017

There is no doubt that administrators and liquidators face unique challenges when approaching the issue of funding insolvency claims. Up to April 2016, the most common way of funding insolvency proceedings was by combining both conditional fees agreements (CFAs) and … Continued

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My career story: “I went from Clifford Chance to litigation funding”
thejudge February 6th, 2017

Erika Levin worked in private practice for a variety of firms, including Clifford Chance in New York. She is now senior vice president and general counsel at litigation funder and insurance broker TheJudge.   My career story: “I went from Clifford … Continued

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Essar v Norscot – a landmark judgement
Matthew Amey February 1st, 2017

The High Court judgment in Essar Oilfields Services Ltd v Norscot Rig Management Pvt Ltd [2016] was brought down by His Honour Judge Waksman QC (sitting as a deputy High Court judge). The report of its delivery on 15 September … Continued

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No cash in the attic: what now for insolvency litigation funding?
thejudge February 16th, 2017

There is no doubt that administrators and liquidators face unique challenges when approaching the issue of funding insolvency claims. Up to April 2016, the most common way of funding insolvency proceedings was by combining both conditional fees agreements (CFAs) and … Continued

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My career story: “I went from Clifford Chance to litigation funding”
thejudge February 6th, 2017

Erika Levin worked in private practice for a variety of firms, including Clifford Chance in New York. She is now senior vice president and general counsel at litigation funder and insurance broker TheJudge.   My career story: “I went from Clifford … Continued

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Essar v Norscot – a landmark judgement
Matthew Amey February 1st, 2017

The High Court judgment in Essar Oilfields Services Ltd v Norscot Rig Management Pvt Ltd [2016] was brought down by His Honour Judge Waksman QC (sitting as a deputy High Court judge). The report of its delivery on 15 September … Continued

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Jackson One Year On: Survivor or Victim?
thejudge October 25th, 2016

Since the Jackson reforms to civil litigation were introduced this time last year, their impact has been more severe for some than for others. Here, we provide an overview of how different areas of the litigation world have been affected. … Continued

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Trend For Alternative Funding Gathers Pace
James Delaney February 27th, 2015

In the world of litigation finance, 2014 could easily be summed up as the year of “it’s too soon to tell” – a phrase uttered by many when considering the impact the Jackson reforms had on third-party funding and after-the-event (ATE) insurance. By contrast, the … Continued

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