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Third-Party Funding: Practical Considerations and Challenges


In this Legal Briefing, we will address the implications of third-party litigation funding.

Third-party funding (“TPF”) has become a recurring element in international dispute resolution, as it enables litigation while limiting the financial risk of the parties. The importance of TPF as a tool to ensure access to justice, free up financial resources for other uses, mitigate the risks associated with litigation, or a combination of these factors, has contributed to the development of an industry of considerable magnitude.

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