By Legal Futures’ Associates ARAG Following a highly successful roundtable with some key figures in the clinical negligence sector, ARAG’s ATE Sales Manager, Mike Knight, talks about the discussion and the importance of such events for exchanging ideas, updating and… Read More
Last week I read a couple of interesting articles in Insurance Post regarding the proposed fee caps being introduced by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) on Claims Management Companies (CMCs). Insurers are wary of an influx of CMC-related claims following the proposed whiplash reforms, so this comes with little surprise.
Leading legal expenses and assistance provider ARAG has appointed Duncan Ogilvie to head up the company’s pivotal product development function, following the death of Lesley Attu, last year.
A few years ago Jessie J sang about ‘shades on your eyes’ and ‘ba–bling ba-bling’ in her song ‘Price Tag’ but, for commercial dispute resolution disbursement funding, is it also all about the price tag? We share our experience from the sharp end of decisions about disbursement funding and how Temple Funding addresses these.
In the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic, the business world was subject to huge disruption – with numerous companies ‘going to the wall’ and many others teetering on the brink. In the insolvency and restructuring arena, the government, insolvency practitioners and solicitors had to adapt fast. We take a look at developments.
Leading legal expenses and assistance provider ARAG has appointed Simon Barrett as the company’s next Chief Financial Officer, in preparation for the retirement of longstanding CFO Bob Moreton, next year.
Alongside the numerous benefits of being able to offer Temple disbursement funding, it is understandable some solicitors may be concerned at the thought of being a credit intermediary when providing this service to their clients. In this article we provide straightforward guidance on what is required and what you have to do when taking on a role that has benefits both for your firm and clients.
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).
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.
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.