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Ken Epstein of Omni Bridgeway argues that the American Bar Association needs to do more to encourage the states to experiment with various ways to address the justice gap with well-controlled sandbox experiments, and to revisit its own position on the benefits of litigation financing with a comprehensive, collaborative, and thoughtful dialogue that engages all interested parties.
Omni Bridgeway has announced the arrivals of Eloise Matsui and Mitch Dearness, who join its growing team in Asia as Investment Managers. Eloise was previously with Stephenson Harwood, where she was a partner in the restructuring and insolvency team in Hong Kong. Mitch was previously with Herbert Smith Freehills, where he was a Senior Associate in the Singapore disputes team. In addition, Kristen Smith (Melbourne) and Ewen McNee (Sydney) have been promoted to Senior Investment Managers, and Niall Watson-Dunne’s role as Investment Manager (Sydney) expands in recognition of his case management responsibilities. Cheng-Yee Khong (Hong Kong) has been appointed Senior Relationship Manager, responsible for new case origination and relationship management across jurisdictions.
Tim DeSieno of Omni Bridgeway, Henrique Forssell of Sao Paulo-based Duarte Forssell Avogados, Enrique González of Mexico City-based González Calvillo and Nyana Abreu Miller of Miami-based Sequor Law presents a hypothetical corporate insolvency case study that illustrates how dispute funding can play a vital role in complex cross-border disputes involving multiple jurisdictions in Latin America.

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