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

10 pound plastic notes in wallet money

Crowdfunding councils? Lawyers suggest local authorities could beg for cash to run cases

15 April 2019By

Cases in the public interest could benefit from crowdfunding, one solicitor said.

Prison interior

Revealed: MoJ spends £4.2m on its own representation at inquests

11 April 2019By

Figures released by campaign charity show that bereaved families receive £92,000.

Mr Justice Males

Late payer granted costs relief as judge calls for 'sense of perspective'

9 April 2019By

Litigant is given relief from sanctions over court-ordered payment delayed overnight.

Creditors left penniless after costs firm fails for second time

9 April 2019By

Administrator’s report outlines background to demise of Just Costs.

Windrush protest

You don't need legal advice for immigration applications - Home Office

4 April 2019By

Government will reimburse certain legal costs under Windrush compensation scheme unveiled yesterday.

Sir Terence Etherton

Upsurge in costs challenges looms after court rules on 100% success fee

3 April 2019By

Master of the rolls rejects starting point of 100% uplift without assessing risk of litigation.

High court

Solicitor banned for excessive £400p/h bills considers appeal

3 April 2019By

High Court this week found Andrew Good had acted dishonestly by charging what he knew to be too much.

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