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Navigating judgment enforcement in multi-jurisdictional arbitrations

There are multifarious considerations for claimants to take into account when undertaking the process of getting a multi-jurisdictional arbitration award recognized. Knowing how and where best to enforce often requires a level of specialist knowledge.

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Video: The Equity Project

To mark the one year anniversary of The Equity Project, we’ve created this video explaining how it works featuring many of Burford’s senior women.

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Corporate Counsel GC Conference 2019: Key takeaways

Michael Sternhell spoke on a panel at the Corporate Counsel General Counsel Conference 2019. It was an enlightening and thought-provoking session which provided a number of key takeaways regarding the current landscape of non-U.S. securities litigation.

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Singapore expands the permissibility of third-party legal finance

Following a 10 October announcement, the permissibility of third-party funding will be extended to include domestic arbitration, certain proceedings in the Singapore International Commercial Court and mediations connected with these proceedings. 

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Securities fraud litigation in Europe: Part 2

Experts in securities litigation discuss the role of experts; damages methodologies and the level of ongoing involvement of investors in shareholder litigation in Europe.

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5 minutes on… Going-forward portfolios

Portfolio arrangements take many forms. We take five minutes to explore one type of portfolio financing arrangement: The going-forward portfolio.

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Podcast: NPR features Burford on Planet Money

In an NPR Planet Money podcast featuring Burford Capital, Chief Investment Officer Jonathan Molot discusses Burford’s first decade in business.

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Securities fraud litigation in Europe: Part I

Burford Capital and Fideres Partners LLP co-hosted a seminar to address questions surrounding the legal frameworks, damages quantifications and group action regimes of securities fraud litigation across jurisdictions.

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Litigation finance disclosure deemed a “side issue” despite “parade of horribles”

A US federal court ruling refutes common rationales for disclosure of legal finance, deeming it irrelevant to the claims and defenses in the case—and therefore not discoverable.

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Q&A: Trends in insurance recoveries litigation

Nancy Sher Cohen—head of the Los Angeles office of Lathrop Gage and a leader of the Insurance Coverage Practice Group for the firm—discusses the most important topics of concern for clients pursuing or considering complex insurance coverage claims.

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