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The Law and Business of Litigation Finance

By: Steven Friel Contributors: Anthony Sebok, David Capper, Jonathan Barnes, David Siffert, Eric Schuller, Lucy Pert, Zachary Krug, Simon Walsh, Alex Lempiner, Ravi Nayer, Abdur-Razzaq Ahmed, Christian Toms, Ben Summerfield, Emma Shafton, Robin M. Davis, Neill Shrimpton, Imogen Winfield, Charlie Morris, Andrew Hill, Philippa Beasley, Kerri Bridges, Mark Spiteri, Alex Hickson, Jared Wade, Walter Mansfield, David Tran
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Published: 26-11-2020
Format: Hardback
Edition: 1st
Extent: 456
ISBN: 9781526515254
Imprint: Bloomsbury Professional
Dimensions: 248 x 156 mm
RRP : £125.00
 

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About The Law and Business of Litigation Finance

With contributions from leading experts, drawn from legal practice, the judiciary and academia, and edited by one of the most accomplished litigation funders in the international market, it covers the issues raised by Burford v Muddy Waters [2019]. It looks at developing international norms in the law and practice of litigation funding, with a focus on the UK and the US, the two main centres for the international litigation funding industry.

It answers questions such as:

- How do litigation funders raise capital?
- What corporate and financial structures do they have?
- What returns do they make?
- How do they account for and report on their performance?

This will be invaluable to everyone with an interest in third party funding of high value litigation and arbitration.

Table Of Contents

1. Introduction - Steven Friel
2. A Brief History of Third-Party Litigation Funding in the UK, US and elsewhere in the Common Law - Professor Anthony Sebok and Professor David Capper
3. Regulation and legislation - Jonathan Barnes, David Siffert and Eric Schuller
4. Ethics - Professor Antnony Sebok and Lucy Pert
5. Confidentiality and privilege - Zachary Krug and Simon Walsh
6. The litigation funding agreement - Jonathan Barnes and Alex Lempiner
7. Security for costs and adverse costs - Steven Friel
8. Other methods of financing litigation
8A State funding - Ravi Nayer and Abdur-Razzaq Ahmed
8B Pro bono, philanthropic, charitable and 'revenge' funding - Ravi Nayer and Abdur-Razzaq Ahmed
8C Insurance - Christian Toms
8D Conditional and contingency fee arrangements - Ben Summerfield and Emma Shafton
9. Types of litigation and arbitration that attract and are attractive to litigation finance
9A Patent litigation - Robin M. Davis
9B Insolvency - Christian Toms
9C Treaty arbitration - Neill Shrimpton and Imogen Winfield
9D Class actions - Charlie Morris and Andrew Hill
10. The users of litigation finance - who, where, when and why? - Philippa Beasley, Kerri Bridges and Ben Summerfield
11.The Investors in Litigation Finance: family offices, endowment funds, sovereign wealth funds, retail investors and private equity/hedge funds - Mark Spiteri
12. High risk, high return - Alex Hickson
13. Tax - Jared Wade, Walter Mansfield and David Tran

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