Tag Archives: Litigation Funding

Hellas – a blow to the confidentiality of litigation funding arrangements

A great deal of insolvency litigation is funded by non-parties to a claim – for example, by a creditor or an “after the event” (ATE)  insurer. Ordinarily such arrangements and their precise terms are confidential and are not required to be fully disclosed to a counterparty in litigation. In the recent case of Re Hellas Telecommunications (Luxembourg) [2017] EWHC 3465 … Continue Reading

Why St Patrick was an Insolvency Litigator

Health Warning: This Blog may not be historically accurate If, like me, you have recently attended one of the many St Patrick’s Day parades that have taken place across the UK and worldwide, you are no doubt acutely aware that St Patrick was a polyester clad leprechaun with a penchant for drinking Guinness and turning … Continue Reading
LexBlog