PRO In-depth

The Third Party Litigation Funding Law Review

The essence of third party funding remains the deployment of capital to fund the realisation of assets that are contingent on the resolution of some form of legal process. Demand grows as acceptance of TPF spreads. This is a global phenomenon, but the resolution of every dispute by the principal international dispute resolution mechanisms of litigation and arbitration will be rooted in the law of a particular jurisdiction, and this is the landscape across which this book will travel.


  • Preface


  • AustraliaMaurice Blackburn
  • AustriaNivalion AG
  • BrazilAtelier Juridico
  • CanadaBorden Ladner Gervais LLP
  • GermanyDLA Piper
  • Hong KongWhite & Case LLP
  • Indonesia
  • ItalyOsborne Clarke
  • JapanMori Hamada & Matsumoto
  • NetherlandsRedbreast Associates
  • New ZealandAdina Thorn
  • NigeriaUche Nwokedi & Co
  • NorwayArntzen de Besche Advokatfirma AS
  • PolandLinklaters LLP
  • PortugalBCH Lawyers
  • SingaporeWhite & Case LLP
  • SpainCalunius Capital LLP
  • SwedenRoschier, Attorneys Ltd
  • SwitzerlandSchellenberg Wittmer
  • UkraineSayenko Kharenko
  • United Arab EmiratesInce & Co LLP
  • United KingdomCalunius Capital LLP
  • USAParabellum Capital