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Third Party Funding
Third Party Funding is an arrangement between a specialist funding company and a client (typically the claimant in the litigation), whereby the funder will agree to finance some or all of the client’s legal fees in exchange for a share of the ‘case proceeds’ (usually the recovered damages).
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Third Party Funding Explained
Third Party Funding is an arrangement between a specialist funding company and a client (typically the claimant in the litigation), whereby the funder will agree to finance some or all of the client's
4 Reasons to Engage TheJudge to Arrange Litigation Funding
We believe there are four key reasons why you will be pleased you engaged TheJudge to secure litigation funding on your behalf
Size of the Litigation Funding Market
The available capital in the litigation funding market is believed to exceed $1billion. This should mean that there is no shortage of available capital for cases which meet the right criteria.
Which Cases Qualify?
Third Party Funding is available for the complete spectrum of civil and commercial litigation, ranging from smaller sized disputes through to large value commercial litigation and arbitration.
Sourcing Competitively Priced Litigation Financing
Much of the capital in the litigation funding market is sourced via family offices, private equity, hedge funds and listed investment companies. All of these entities share one thing in common; their