As the economic climate engenders more litigation, so in turn the number of cases being considered for insurance-backed litigation funding are on the rise. However, while the upper end of the market is beginning to reap the benefits of third-party funding and after-the-event (ATE) insurance, the uptake has yet to filter down to smaller market players.At a recent roundtable to discuss the findings of Legal Week's Benchmarker report on the future of litigation funding, senior litigators noted that there was still a high level of ignorance about litigation funding in the legal market as a whole.
The findings of Legal Week Intelligence's latest Benchmarker report on litigation funding was the main topic under discussion at a recent roundtable discussion. Des Cahill reports As the economic climate...
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