11 November 2019
New draft rules would push the reset button on damages-based agreements.
14 October 2019
Big group actions could prove a lucrative new area for claimant lawyers and funders.
9 September 2019
Other funders had been contemplating joining the stock market, but the growing trend might have lost its shine.
8 July 2019
But headlines only tell half the story.
10 June 2019
The ruling in Davey v Money  EWHC 997 (Ch) delivered a blow to the cap that won't sit well with litigation funders.
13 May 2019
Judges are not making it easy for claimant PI firms to make a living.
8 April 2019
Fixed recoverable costs extension is not the final puzzle piece in costs reform.
18 March 2019
Personal injury firms are struggling to stay in business.
11 February 2019
Civil litigators will need to be resourceful as developments in 2019 herald fresh uncertainty.
14 January 2019
Litigation funders target London market as cash piles up for investment in disputes.
10 December 2018
Health professionals need more resources to cut the number of errors that result in negligence claims.
12 November 2018
The case of Reynolds v One Stop Stores Ltd has added flesh to the bare bones of the proportionality rule, but there is still a long way to go.
8 October 2018
Vannin’s stock market float is further evidence of a booming third-party funding sector.
10 September 2018
How should the rules relating to ‘fundamental dishonesty’ operate?
9 July 2018
Costs reform architect eloquently demolishes government arguments for ‘caution’ on damages-based agreements.
11 June 2018
For law firms, funding claims is not for dabblers. But the profits could be vast
14 May 2018
Ask any litigator what is their least favourite aspect of the Jackson reforms and the chances are they will say budgeting.
16 April 2018
The 100% success fee model is still popular for low-value PI work – but judges need to be convinced.
12 March 2018
An electronic costs bill is long overdue but reform does not have to mean chaos.
12 February 2018
Instead of seeking to deny redress to victims of NHS blunders, politicians ought to focus on how medics can be helped to make fewer mistakes
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