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Consumers’ Association v Qualcomm Incorporated: preparing to fight on Anti-Avoidance Endorsements
Erso May 31st, 2022

Author: Sarah Breckenridge In the Competition Appeal Tribunal, claimant and defendant arguments around the grant, nature and scope of a Collective Proceedings Order (“CPO”) are developing quickly. The issues around opt-in and opt-out seen in Le Patourel v BT for … Continued

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Former Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner Dispute Lawyer Joins Erso
Erso May 9th, 2022

  The team at Erso are delighted to announce the arrival of Sarah Breckenridge to our team.  Sarah joins as an Investment Manager in Erso’s UK team. Prior to joining Erso, Sarah worked as a corporate/commercial litigator at Bryan Cave … Continued

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Litigation funding reform in Ireland?
Erso April 29th, 2022

Chief Justice highlights the need to consider litigation funding reform for access to justice in Ireland The Chief Justice of Ireland has spoken out, identifying reform of third-party litigation funding, as a possible means through which access to justice can … Continued

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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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Court of Appeal decision in Zuberi v Lexlaw ushers in new era for DBAs
Matthew Amey February 24th, 2021

I have extolled the virtues of Damages-based agreements (DBAs) for clients and law firms in commercial litigation since they became permissible in England and Wales in 2013. They are a  simple and straightforward form of fee arrangement, that creates a … Continued

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Global Economic Turbulence – The equalizer opportunity for international arbitration lawyers
Erso 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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