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A round up of the key developments in dispute resolution that you should be looking out for in 2017
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Submitted: 26 April 2019
The High Court has refused to limit a litigation funder's liability to defendants in costs to the amount of funding it provided.
Submitted: 14 May 2018
A comprehensive report into third-party funding of arbitration has been published, identifying issues to be considered by parties and tribunals.
Submitted: 15 June 2017
Both Singapore and now Hong Kong have changed their laws in 2017 to enable claims in arbitration to be funded by third parties.
Submitted: 04 April 2017
How will the court approach an application for security for costs against a corporate claimant that is reticent about revealing details of its financial position?
Submitted: 17 March 2017
The costs regime in England & Wales makes it an attractive forum for mass tort claims against multinationals.
Submitted: 09 January 2017
The third party funding market continues to develop, with shifts in funding models and the raising of issues over costs.
Submitted: 05 January 2017
What developments will the arbitration world see in 2017 in third party funding?
Submitted: 12 January 2016
What major developments are we likely to see in dispute resolution in 2016? Here are our predictions.
Submitted: 06 January 2016
What changes will 2016 bring to the funding of litigation in England and Wales?
Submitted: 22 January 2015
The ways in which litigation can be funded in the UK continue to change: we summarise the latest developments.
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