Funding from both sides of the fence
Erso August 11th, 2022

by Sarah Breckenridge, Investment Manager at Erso Capital This blog was first published on the Thomas Reuters Practical Law Dispute Resolution Blog on 8 August 2022.  Ask around the litigation department of any law firm and someone will have a … Continued

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Erso May 26th, 2022

    While we regularly invest in largescale litigation matters, at Erso we’ve always recognised the lack of available capital in the litigation funding market to support commercial disputes that require relatively small funding commitments. Find out more about our … Continued

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Litigation funding given the official greenlight in the Cayman Islands
Erso July 20th, 2021

On the 1st of May 2021, The Private Funding of Legal Service Act 2020 (“The Act”) officially legalised litigation funding in the Cayman Islands and codified the rules for its use. Previously, the use of private litigation funding had been … 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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Keeping cases moving during Lockdown
TheJudge April 7th, 2020

Keeping cases moving during lockdown – TheJudge – “Origin Call Service” 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 … Continued

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Meadowside – providing guidance for insolvent companies enforcing Adjudicator’s awards
Emily Thomas February 6th, 2020

Insolvencies in the construction industry are on the increase but due to historic difficulties in insolvent companies enforcing adjudication decisions, there has previously been some doubt as to whether or not an Adjudicator has jurisdiction to make a decision if … Continued

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Advising arbitration clients on funding/risk mitigation options
TheJudge September 26th, 2019

Tick tock – Could arbitration lawyers be in the firing line for failing to suitably advise their corporate clients on their funding/risk mitigation options? We’ve previously discussed the importance of commercial arbitration lawyers (including international arbitration specialists) being familiar with … Continued

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Competition claims – the rush to book build and first mover challenges for lawyers
Matthew Amey September 26th, 2019

At TheJudge, we’re regularly involved in arranging the funding and insurance transactions behind many of the large follow-on competition cases, both in the CAT and High Court and across a broad range of sectors including, for example, manufacturing, IT, transportation, … Continued

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