Litigation: Bump up the volume
Previously regarded as small fry, after-the-event insurance funding is becoming a more viable option for high-end litigation following a sea change in the way the courts approach this contentious area
What sort of law firm would want to get involved these days with after-the-event insurance (ATE)? For when one thinks of ATE in relation to litigation, low-value claims spring to mind; the sort of bog-standard ‘slips and trips’ that form the bulk of personal injury litigation – clearly not everyone’s cup of tea.
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