Litigation Finance Resources

Reports & White Papers

Events & Conferences

On-Demand Webinar by Verisk on the Rise of Third Party Funding

There’s a new legal trend on the rise in the U.S. that’s already taken hold in Australia, the U.K., and other countries – cases being funded by third parties who aren’t parties to the litigation known as third-party litigation funding. This growing practice is presenting several challenges for insurers, the legal profession, and policy makers. This webinar takes a deep dive into this trend.

Jurisdiction guide to third party funding in international arbitration

Third party funding (TPF) for international arbitrations and court proceedings related to international arbitrations is now permitted in a number of jurisdictions worldwide.

Insights from New Entrants into Litigation Funding

The Litigation Finance industry is growing by leaps and bounds, with new entrants emerging and raising large pools of capital for investment.

Hear from these new entrants, and learn their perspectives on fundraising, deal sourcing, hiring, future trends, and more!

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Podcast on Litigation Funding as an Investment

In this podcast, Janine Alexander a Partner from Collyer Bristow’s Banking & financial disputes team speaks to Ragavan Arunachalam, Partner and Head of Private equity about the issues surrounding litigation funding as an investment class for private investors.

Baines Law Podcast Interviews Maurice MacSweeney

Maurice MacSweeney from Harbour Litigation Funding joins the Baines Law Podcast to discuss the availability of funding for solicitors’ firms, who may be handling a number of cases, as well as for the litigants involved in the proceedings, the types of cases that are suitable for such funding and those that are not.

The Shadows of Litigation Finance

A 59-page white paper from Suneal Bedi and William Mara in the Vanderbilt Law Review, discussing two major problems posed by the rise of litigation finance: the awareness and analytical problems associated with the practice.

The Shadows of Litigation Finance

Now in its fifth edition, members of the Deminor team have authored an annual guide to the law and practice of third party funding in jurisdictions where it is reasonably well established. With a focus on significant recent cases and developments, it examines the key features of the legal and regulatory regimes governing funding agreements, as well as practical considerations when structuring these agreements.