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Commercial Litigation Funding

Aggregating Smaller Claims

Sometimes a number of businesses or investors may suffer losses with a common cause, perhaps as result of an investment fraud (think Madoff). In some situations those losses might not in any individual case be great enough to justify the costs risk inherent in using litigation to pursue an individual recovery.

However in aggregate, those losses can be significant and Litigation Funding could enable those losses to be recovered for all individuals in the group without any individual having to take litigation risk on behalf of others.

In fact, these groups are often a combination of those who are willing but unable, those who are able but unwilling and those who are both willing and able. Litigation Funding can accommodate such groups and will sometimes be the one thing that can get a powerful action for recovery started.

 

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Calunius news and media

Calunius supports claims against Truck Cartelists in England & Wales

London, July 2018

Calunius is pleased to support an application for a collective proceedings order from the Competition Appeals Tribunal (CAT) in order to obtain compensation for as many cartel victims as possible. Please click on the headline to access the full Press Release.

Calunius supports Australian listed company in arbitration against Egypt

July 2018

As reported in GAR, Calunius is working with Australian investors with regard to a claim for compensation against the government of Egypt relating to investments into a tantalum mining project. For access to the article by clicking on the headline, a subscription to GAR is needed.

GAR Live Energy Disputes

London, 14 June 2018

Calunius chairman Leslie Perrin participated in a panel discussion on 'Monetising awards and emerging enforcement options and markets' with fellow senior market participants. Please click on the headline to access the full programme.

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