Third-Party Funding in India
Maharashtra National Law University (MNLU) Mumbai is a premier law University in India established in 2015. MNLU Mumbai’s Centre for Arbitration and Research (CAR) conducts research in arbitration law and practice, contribute to policy discussion, and provides a platform for the training of arbitration professionals. The survey report assesses the adequacy as well as the efficacy of the current legal framework for third-party funding (TPF) in India. It examines the Indian legal landscape on TPF from a theoretical as well as empirical approach. This report demonstrates the funding environment in India from the funders’ viewpoint as well as analyses the existing Indian statutes and case laws. Plausible remedies that could be adopted to deal with the prevalent issues are also suggested. – you can go through the article below to know more
Pinsent Masons’ Jurisdiction Guide to Third Party Funding in International Arbitration
Pinsent Masons are enthusiastic supporters of third-party funding and are increasingly involved in international arbitration when third party funding is provided. The second edition to the Jurisdiction Guide to Third Party Funding in International Arbitration now covers 14 jurisdictions, providing an update to the first edition (November 2020), introducing eight additional chapters depicting a clear picture of third party funding (TPF) in international jurisdictions. The Guide is intended to provide clients, intermediaries and practitioners with an overview of the jurisdiction-specific rules governing the permissibility and use of TPF in international arbitration, the requirements of disclosing a TPF agreement, and the allocation of costs, providing a holistic round up for current legal updates and information.
A Good Offense: The Therium Guide to Creating an Affirmative Recovery Program
We are pleased to have partnered with Therium, a leading global provider of litigation, arbitration and specialty legal finance, who have produced a new publication aimed at educating corporations and their legal departments on the importance of monetizing their litigation assets through structured affirmative recovery programs. Entitled, A Good Offense: The Therium Guide to Creating an Affirmative Recovery Program – you can find the first four chapters here with new ones to be added every month.