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Third party funding for commercial and individual law cases

Wednesday, December 19, 2007
Today the biggest litigation funding market in Europe is in Germany - this has historical and economic reasons. However, we estimate the UK market as being as meaningful. Other markets, such as Switzerland and Austria exist, but are much smaller..

A SQUARE :: 19Dec07 Third party funding for commercial and individual law cases
Category Litigation Led Investing
Author Sona Blessing
In the near future, litigation funding will be a normal financial tool for claims management as a mortgage is today for a house or an office building.
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