Litigation funding can be the perfect solution to cashflow squeezes

15 Jun 2014

The increased discussion over litigation finance is hardly surprising. The concerns over the Jackson Reforms and their implementation, coupled with a recession in which law firms had their cashflow dented, means that litigators are having to innovate to survive and to gain work from their competitors.

Even traditional institutional clients are looking for ways to reduce their legal fees with costs capping, fixed fees and the use of contingency fee arrangements, whether by conditional fee arrangements (CFAs) or even damages-based agreements (

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