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Sean McGuiness recently contributed to Out-Law by Pinsent Masons, where he commented on the judgment by the English and Welsh Court of Appeal regarding damage-based agreements (DBAs)

 

In the article by Tom Cottrell, Sean comments:

 

“This judgment confirms the importance of compliance with the DBA regulations and the strict line the court is likely to take in interpreting DBA arrangements – all of which points to the value in partnering with professional and experienced law firms and funders to ensure funding structures operate as they are intended for all parties”.

 

At Augusta, we are continuing to innovate to provide more flexible solutions on funding in the UK and internationally, which ultimately serves to broaden access to disputes funding as a risk management tool. DBA and CFA models remain an extremely popular structure for doing that.

Click here to read the full article: “Court of Appeal issues reminder that funding arrangements need to comply with strict rules”

For more information about our flexible funding solutions, contact Sean Mcguiness or a member of our team of litigation funding experts.

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