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.
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.
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.
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.
Experts in securities litigation discuss the role of experts; damages methodologies and the level of ongoing involvement of investors in shareholder litigation in Europe.
Portfolio arrangements take many forms. We take five minutes to explore one type of portfolio financing arrangement: The going-forward portfolio.
In an NPR Planet Money podcast featuring Burford Capital, Chief Investment Officer Jonathan Molot discusses Burford’s first decade in business.
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.
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.
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.