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Kate Gee of Signature Litigation and Rosemary Ioannou of Fortress note that while funding for group claims in Europe is an area of the litigation finance market that is seeing significant growth and attracting a lot of attention, the financing of claims for well-capitalised companies and institutions is quietly developing into an equally significant area of growth in the market and one where the most innovation should be expected.
Sylvie Gallage-Alwis and Gaëtan de Robillard of Signature Litigation report that both the Court of Justice of the European Union and the European Court of Human Rights are currently grappling with a number of significant climate litigation cases and argue that we should not be surprised if at least some of these cases succeed in creating powerful precedents moving forward.
Kate Gee and Max Montgomery of Signature Litigation share that the English High Court has recently refused to permit a counterclaim in enforcement proceedings relating to a New York Convention Award, a decision that should serve as encouragement for parties seeking to enforce arbitral awards made in both the UK and foreign jurisdictions.
An unnamed litigation funder is backing a multi-million pound claim in the UK against IP law firm Mark & Clerk, alleging that it “grossly overcharged” thousands of small businesses by operating a “secret commissions scheme” with IP management business CPA Global. The representative action has been brought by Commission Recovery Ltd (CRL). Signature Litigation is acting for CRL.

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