Watch: Third-party litigation funding roundtable

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16 June 2011


This is a filmed roundtable third-party funding debate recently hosted by City law firm Fox Williams following the launch of The new, new thing, a report on third-party litigation funding that it commissioned from Legal Futures Associate Jures.

The debate has been edited to form six short films covering the hot topics of the debate which can be seen on this YouTube channel. The roundtable features: Susan Dunn – Harbour Litigation Funding, Neil Purslow – Therium, Kerry Underwood – Law Abroad, Dr Angus Nurse – Lincoln University, Malcolm Stewart – former third-party funder and Tom Custance – Fox Williams.              

If you would like a copy of the report or further information on third-party funding, please contact Kristina Oliver on koliver@foxwilliams.com.


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