Funding

What Magna Carta legacy?

It took this government less than 12 months to wipe out 800 years of progress since the Magna Carta. So much for celebrating the rule of law, says Kerry Underwood

Mitchell: an end to satellite litigation

The ruling is not conclusive enough to end the type of litigation the costs reforms seek to abolish, says Kash Balogun

Withdrawal symptoms: when funders pull out

With commercial funding arrangements rising in popularity, litigators should be aware 
of the risk that funders can usually terminate an agreement, says Francesca Kaye

To the rescue: could third-party funding save small firms

Third-party funders could help smaller firms fill the gap left by the demise of the recoverable success fee, says Kerry Underwood

Litigation focus | Towards more creative funding models

The rise in claims funded by third parties is the natural next stage in a funding revolution started thirty years ago, say Tom Custance and Molly Ahmed

Human rights select committee to investigate civil legal aid cuts

Grayling warns he will not 'go back to the start' on criminal legal aid

Regulatory watch | New cost concerns

We all know our clients' rights, but do we know our own? Susanna Heley asks what can be done about the growing regulatory issues arising out of funding arrangements