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20 May, 2019

When there is no Arkin Cap, Temple fills the gap – Part 1

By Jacob White, Underwriter. It has long been thought that whilst a litigation funder can be liable for the other side’s costs in litigation, its liability for such costs would be limited to the level of funding it gave its client in the case. Such was the principle that was said to have been established […]

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14 March, 2019

Case Study: Commercial litigators – No CFA? No problem

Whilst personal injury litigation has developed hand-in-glove with ‘no win no fee’ arrangements and Litigation/ATE insurance, commercial litigators often prefer traditional retainers with a more conventional fee payment structure. The businesses and individuals who pay their solicitor’s fees as the case progresses may prefer the certainty of knowing how much they are paying, in the […]

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11 February, 2019

Successful Claim Against Facebook puts Media Law in the Spotlight

By Jacob White, Underwriter. The recent high-profile judgment in favour of Martin Lewis (founder of MoneySavingExpert.com) in his defamation action against Facebook presents a noteworthy challenge to regulators about the practical application of media law to publishers of online advertising campaigns. Proceedings were issued after financial fraudsters had created adverts supporting numerous investment schemes, which […]

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31 January, 2019

Temple Supports Successful Libel Action Against Former UKIP Branch Chairman

By Jacob White, Underwriter. Nicklin J handed down judgment for the claimant on 19 December 2018 in the matter of Monir v Wood 2018 EWHC 3525 (QB). Whilst providing further analysis of the various elements of libel law following the implementation of the Defamation Act 2013, this case considered how the law of agency applies […]

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28 January, 2019

Funding and Insuring Litigation in Northern Ireland

By Jacob White – Underwriter. What financial resources can your client legally make use of? Parties to litigation in Northern Ireland must weigh up the risks and benefits of pursuing commercial litigation before issuing a writ or defending a claim. Without the option of funding a case under a contingency fee agreement, lawyers’ fees have […]

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15 November, 2018

Group litigation – the reality, the practicalities and what you need to succeed

Jacob White takes a closer look at group litigation; the realities of group litigation orders and how ATE/Litigation Insurance can benefit your firm and your clients. Group litigation invariably involves individuals pooling their resources against a large plc or other such corporate entity. They are joined together by the common cause of “righting the wrong” […]

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