Litigation Funding magazine provides accurate and in-depth coverage and comment on the complex issues of financing litigation and costs.

Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal courtroom

SRA prosecution costs soar as hearings lengthen


Annual report also records a significant increase in the number of solicitors struck off.

Royal Courts of Justice, Strand

Claimant awarded 10% after narrowly beating Part 36 costs offer


Court says uplift should be ‘all or nothing’ and not treated like a bonus for successful claimant.


US funder to back £14bn group action against Mastercard


The mass claim brought on behalf of 46 million consumers is the largest in English legal history.

Robert Hazeldean

Cyclist faces bankruptcy over £100k costs bill for injured pedestrian


Robert Hazeldean calls for greater legal protection to help cyclists from 'destructive' costs awards.


Firm misses £1m costs after ‘unreasonable’ switch of funding method


Judge critical of London firm which changed to a CFA after beginning case on legal aid funding.

Lord Justice Leveson

Leveson welcomes progress to avert one-day criminal bar walkout


Interim deal between the Criminal Bar Association and government was announced yesterday.

Royal Courts of Justice

'Entirely disproportionate' costs slashed by two-thirds


New judgment is a fresh examination of rules applying to proportionality test.

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