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Portfolio Litigation Financing - What’s in it for the Lawyers?

Canada - September 24 2017 Over the last decade, third-party litigation funding has established itself as an important and profitable product for funders, their investors, law

Third-Party Litigation Funding Revolutionizing Commercial Litigation, Despite Some Challenges in Common Law

Global - May 27 2016 One of the most critical developments in civil - and potentially, commercial - litigation in recent years has been the growth of third-party

Switzerland - A new hope? The Swiss Government adopts its Dispatch to the Parliament on an amendment to the provisions governing recognition of foreign insolvencies

Global, Switzerland - June 22 2017 On 24 May 2017, the Swiss Federal Council adopted its “Dispatch with respect to an amendment of the Private International Law Act (Chap. 11:

Foreign States Now Liable in Canada for Terrorism and Improper Commercial Conduct

Canada - July 12 2016 As the boundaries between state action and commercial markets continue to blur, Canadian statutes and courts are keeping with the times. Recently, in

What to do When Fraud Is Discovered in Your Company

Netherlands - July 5 2016 If fraud is discovered within your company, you want to be sure you'll be able to get back the diverted assets. Therefore, it's crucial that you tell

Portfolio Litigation Financing - What’s in it for the Lawyers?

Canada - September 24 2017 Over the last decade, third-party litigation funding has established itself as an important and profitable product for funders, their investors, law

Switzerland - A new hope? The Swiss Government adopts its Dispatch to the Parliament on an amendment to the provisions governing recognition of foreign insolvencies

Global, Switzerland - June 22 2017 On 24 May 2017, the Swiss Federal Council adopted its “Dispatch with respect to an amendment of the Private International Law Act (Chap. 11:

Freezing Debtor Bank Accounts Across the Continent in a Single Stroke: The European Account Preservation Order

European Union - January 3 2017 Fraud victims and their legal counsel have gained an important, new tool for reaching across the Continent with a single ex parte order that will

Canadian Court Finds Third-Party Funding Not Prima Facie Maintenance or Champerty

Canada - December 12 2016 A recent decision by an appellate court in Canada has endorsed an important principle that could be seen to support third-party financing of

Chinese-Related Disputes on the Rise

China - July 28 2016 As relationships between the West and China continue to develop, it is apparent that there has been a noticeable increase in Chinese-related disputes