The U.K. government looks set to reform “no win, no fee” deals in civil litigation following this week’s European court ruling that such arrangements risk breaching human rights legislation.

The judgment from the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) partially backed Mirror Group Newspapers (MGN) in its dispute with the model Naomi Campbell, finding that the success fee used by Campbell’s lawyer breached MGN’s right to freedom of expression.

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