Litigation Funding


AxiaFunder

1 July 2021

AxiaFunder is an online litigation funding platform offering claimants and lawyers a fast and flexible funding solution for commercial legitimate cases, specifically those with clear legal merit and sound economics but that for whatever reason have been unable to secure legal… Read More


Integrated Dispute Resolution

1 March 2021

Integrated Dispute Resolution (IDR) brings together an unparalleled range of professional legal support services. Embracing the concept of ‘client centric’ legal practice we enable clients to maximise their legal budget, and support lawyers by minimising the time and costs spent on searching for the most appropriate ancillary services that may be required in the pursuit of the desired outcome in a legal matter.


Total Legal Solutions

7 October 2020

With over 200 years of combined experience, we understand the many challenges and pressures you can face when dealing with the intricate art of legal costs litigation. Our hands-on approach yields the best results and superior service to ensure positive outcomes for your firm and your clients.


Temple Legal Protection

1 September 2015

Temple Legal Protection is one of the UK’s leading and most trusted providers of legal expenses insurance. We are dedicated solely to it and do not write any other class of insurance in order to ensure that we maintain complete… Read More


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