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More Capital = More Deployment Pressure & Off Piste Investing
Written by: Matthew Amey, Published Feb 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 massive surge is capital matched by moderate increas Read More >>
Litigation Funding; No Rush to Regulate
Written by: Tanya Lansky, Published Feb 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. Read More >>
High Court accepts ATE cover as sufficient to dismiss security for costs application
Written by: Robert Warner, Published Nov 2016
A recent High Court decision which accepted that ATE insurance policies were adequate security has offered some welcome reassurance to impecunious Claimants who may have previously had their claims st Read More >>
Hulk Hogan, Sex Scandal, Revenge...and Litigation Funding
Written by: James Blick, Published Sep 2016
The recent case of Terry Bollea v Gawker Media has all of the ingredients of a juicy headline-grabber - aging ex-wrestler sporting a handlebar moustache, a sex-tape showing Hulk Hogan in bed with the Read More >>
Insurance Act 2015 - Implications for lawyers engaging with ATE Insurance on behalf of their clients
Written by: Robert Warner, Published Feb 2016
The Insurance Act 2015 ("the Act") comes into force on 12th August 2016 and fundamentally alters the duty of a proposed insured in presenting a risk to a prospective insurer and the remedies available Read More >>
From 1st April CFA success fees & ATE premiums will no longer be recoverable for insolvency cases
Written by: Katie Armstrong , Published Jan 2016
From the 1st April 2016 CFA success fees and ATE premiums will no longer be recoverable for insolvency cases. Act quickly to take advantage of the existing rules. Read More >>
Robert Warner Joins TheJudge
Written by: James Delaney, Published Jan 2016
TheJudge is pleased to announce the appointment of Robert Warner as the new Head of Broking Operations. Rob joins us with a wealth of industry experience, having previously been an underwriter at two Read More >>
Is The End Inevitable? MOJ to make Statement on Insolvency Exemption
Published Dec 2015
Is the Insolvency exemption to LASPOA safe, or will the MOJ once again set a date for its expiry? Read More >>
Ding Dong is Mitchell Dead?
Published Dec 2015
Solicitors who could have been facing heavy sanctions may be able to breathe a quiet sigh of relief. Read More >>
The Rise of Arbitration Forum Shopping: LCIA Study publishes Stats - will others follow suit?
Written by: Matthew Amey, Published Dec 2015
The London Court of International Arbitration ("LCIA") have recently published their analysis of the average costs and duration of LCIA arbitrations. As litigation funding brokers, we are often quest Read More >>
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High Court accepts ATE cover as sufficient to dismiss security for costs application
High Court accepts ATE cover as sufficient to dismiss security for costs application
A recent High Court decision which accepted that ATE insurance policies were adequate security has o
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