Woodsford’s Response to Aotearoa New Zealand’s Law Commission / Te Aka Matua o te Ture Project on Class Actions and Litigation Funding
On Wednesday 10th March, Woodsford delivered a considered response to the Aotearoa New Zealand’s Law Commission / Te Aka Matua o te Ture Project on Class Actions and Litigation Funding
You can read Woodsford’s response here.
Recently Updated: Your overview guide to the law and practice of funding international arbitration.
As part of the 5th edition of Litigation Funding, published by Lexology and edited by our very own Steven Friel and Jonathan […]
Simon Walsh discusses privilege and why litigation finance has grown so rapidly in the last 10 years
Simon Walsh, Special Counsel at Cadwalader in London, discusses why litigation finance has grown as rapidly as it has done in the last 10 years and how privilege relates to litigation funding, […]
Third-party Litigation Funding gets formal green light in the Cayman Islands
The Private Funding of Legal Services Act 2020 (“the […]
Professor Anthony Sebok discusses the differences in attitudes to ‘fee splitting’ in the US, UK and Europe
Anthony Sebok, Professor of Law at Cardozo Law School, New York, discusses the differences in attitudes to ‘fee splitting’ in the US, UK and Europe and the obsession with medieval […]
Woodsford is seeking a Financial Controller (London).
We are looking for an experienced, qualified accountant (minimum 8 years post-qualified) to join the London-based Commercial Team which currently consists of the Commercial & Finance Director, a Commercial Officer and Junior Accountant/Bookkeeper.
The successful applicant will work closely with […]
Woodsford’s Robin Davis talks to Steven Friel about why we need a book on litigation finance at this time and how the contributors and themes were chosen.
You can view the video here
Published in […]
Woodsford is seeking to recruit two business development professionals in the United States.
The Litigation Finance Specialist will focus on business development, including identifying and pursuing valuable law firm relationships and investment opportunities in the U.S. The role is best suited […]
Woodsford welcomes the pro-claimant and pro-litigation funding decision of the UK Supreme Court in Merricks v Mastercard
Woodsford welcomes the pro-claimant and pro-litigation funding decision of the UK Supreme Court in Merricks v Mastercard that was handed down by the Supreme Court earlier today.
The decision makes it easier for class representatives, backed by litigation funding, to bring ‘opt-out’ […]
US Case Law Update: Delaware finds litigation funding-related documents either irrelevant or covered by the work product doctrine
Delaware finds litigation funding-related documents either irrelevant or covered by the work product doctrine.
Woodsford’s Dan Kesack assesses the latest developments in the Delaware relating to discovery and litigation funding-related documents:
A pair of decisions from the District of Delaware provide comfort that […]
Woodsford today announced further expansion, with two key London-based hires.
Fred Bowman, who joins as an Investment Officer, is a solicitor with a broad range of experience including civil fraud, property, professional negligence, and shareholder disputes.
Ioan Mortimer joins as an Investment Associate, with a background in […]
Just Published, our Latest Whitepaper: Non-Recourse Litigation Funding: a Transformative Tool for General Counsel
General Counsel can have responsibility for a broad and varied range of duties depending on the size of their company, the type of business it conducts and the jurisdictions in which it operates. Invariably, however, General Counsel are accountable to their board of directors and […]