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Q&A with Paul Reidy: Legal finance in Australia

We sat down with partner at leading independent Australian firm Johnson Winter & Slattery—Paul Reidy—to discuss the evolving landscape of the legal finance industry in Australia.

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London arbitration roundtable: Part II

Leading lawyers and arbitrators discuss the role finance can play in mitigating the rising cost of international arbitration—and how initiatives like The Equity Project can help close the gender gap.

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London arbitration roundtable: Part I

In honor of London International Disputes Week, leading lawyers and arbitrators to discuss London’s evolution as an arbitral center—and how it stacks up against other centers around the world.

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Bankruptcy litigation financing: Poised to enter the mainstream

ABI’s recent session on litigation finance suggests that bankruptcy litigation financing is poised to enter the mainstream—and for good reason.

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5 minutes on… Portfolio finance

While single-case financing remains the manner in which most lawyers first experience legal finance, portfolio finance is an area of growing interest and opportunity for clients and…

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Burford at 10: Growing demand 2009 to 2019

As Burford approaches its tenth anniversary, we are delving into 10 years of data to identify the biggest legal finance trends—starting with growing demand for legal finance solutions.

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Roundtable on gender diversity in law with Burford’s senior women

In honor of International Women’s Day, we sat down with a handful of Burford’s senior women to discuss gender diversity in the legal industry.

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Expert Q&A on Bankruptcy Litigation Financing

Bankruptcy professionals strive to achieve recoveries for estate creditors, but many are unfamiliar with how legal finance can help. Burford’s Emily Slater answers the most common questions about bankruptcy litigation financing in an interview with Practical Law.

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Business and legal finance: Responding to the Chamber’s letter to the Rules Committee

On January 31, the Chair of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Institute for Legal Reform sent a letter to the Advisory Committee on Rules of Practice and Procedure advocating for a change to the federal rules concerning disclosure of litigation finance.

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