Arbitration experts agree: Litigation Funding does not generate frivolous lawsuits

The second International Congress on Litigation Funding, organised by Stonward and the Peruvian Institute of Arbitration, highlighted some ideas: litigation funding does not generate frivolous claims, and the legislation being proposed by bodies such as the EU is prone to over-regulation. The experts who participated in the talk –specialists in third-party funding and/or specialised in the world of arbitration who have worked directly with funding– were: Antonio Bravo of Eversheds Sutherland in Spain; Daniel Rodríguez of CMS Rodríguez-Azuero in Colombia; Guido Demarco of Stonward; Heitor Castro of LexFinance in Brazil; and Luis Dates of Baker McKenzie’s Argentina office. Read more.

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