Co founding Partner Luke Harrison introduced the core London International Disputes Week panel on litigation funding and group claims. This article was first published in the LIDW blog.
“The highlight of Tuesday morning’s sessions included a detailed discussion on funding access to justice, spanning class actions, and collective redress, litigation funding, and the agreements that support them, from hourly rate to Damages Based Agreements
Tuesday’s morning’s chief highlight included a lively examination of two of the main concerns in dispute resolution – the level of legal costs and how they are funded; and the role of class actions and collective redress claims.
As Luke Harrison, of Keidan Harrison, explained in his introduction to this session, chaired by the former appellate judge, Sir Rupert Jackson, considerable innovation had been made by lawyers in funding claims, as well as developments in the collective redress system.”
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