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Evaluating Litigation Crowdfunding against the framework of the Code of the Association of Litigation Funders

Using a platform, such as AxiaFunder, to fund commercial litigation is relatively innovative and therefore requires careful consideration by lawyers and claimants before engagement. One framework with which to assess litigation crowdfunding is the Code of the Association of Litigation Funders (ALF).

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Record redundancies leave employment tribunals struggling to cope despite government measures

The record number of redundancies reported by the Office for National Statistics this week sits in stark contrast with today’s HMCTS data, which reveals a tribunal system unable to cope with a wave of employment claims that is only just beginning to flood in.

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Access Legal selected as an Approved G-Cloud supplier

Eclipse Legal Systems, a division of Access Legal – one of the UK’s leading software providers for mid- to large-sized organisations, has been approved as a supplier on the latest version of the Crown Commercial Services’ (CCS) procurement framework, G-Cloud 12.

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£9 million birth injury settlement only possible after switch from legal aid to CFA

Regional law firm Dutton Gregory Solicitors has highlighted the importance of conditional fee agreements in clinical negligence cases, after its award-winning Head of Clinical Negligence, Carol Maunder secured a £9 million settlement for a child who sustained their life-changing injuries over a decade ago.

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Milnes Legal chooses Eclipse’s Compact+ practice management system

Growing law firm, Milnes Legal, is implementing the Compact+ practice management solution from Eclipse Legal Systems, the UK’s leading legal software provider. 

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17 December 2020

What do arbitrators know?

How does the Supreme Court’s analysis of ‘inside information’ in Halliburton align with other opportunities for unconscious bias, such as determinations on the admissibility of illegally obtained evidence?

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