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Dispute Funding : Legal Masterclass Series

in Partnership with Stephenson Harwood


The funding of disputes by third party investors is a topic that is widely misunderstood. Join Timothy Cooke, partner of Stephenson Harwood and Tom Glasgow, Chief Investment Officer (Asia) of Omni Bridgeway, as they explore how third party funding works and examine some of the possibilities and benefits that funding offers; not just for the dispute being funded, but also for a party's wider business needs and goals.


In its simplest form, a third party funder invests in a party's dispute by paying the legal and related costs, in exchange for receiving a percentage of the winnings if said party wins. It can be used as a practical tool to control legal costs and mitigate risks inherent in any dispute.


Dispute funding can also take more a sophisticated form, for example, to mitigate risk across multiple disputes, to provide working capital or other benefits secured against prospective financial recovery.

The speakers will share some of the most popular applications of third party funding which can form part of legal and finance officers' armoury when managing disputes.


Date: Wednesday 23rd September, 2020

Time: 14.30 - 15.30

Venue: Webinar


Cost to Members: FOC

Cost to Non Members: $5


Access and Cancellation


You will be sent the link to attend 24 hours in advance, then again one hour before. You must pay for your ticket in advance of the webinar, or you will not be sent the access link.


If you are no longer able to attend please cancel your place 24 hours in advance via email to grace@britishchambermyanmar.com. All no shows will still be charged the entry fee. Places which have not been cancelled will not be refunded.

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