Thursday, 25 June 2020
With the economy stagnating as a result of the lockdown measures, the optimism stemming from the Lloyd v Google Court of Appeal judgment—effectively allowing opt-out regimes in representative actions—is palpable. Lawyers and claimants alike are seeking new ways to make money quickly and litigation funders are being presented with endless opportunities for these new representative actions in England. But is the optimism well warranted?
In an article published in the Thomson Reuters Practical Law Dispute Resolution Blog, Augusta Ventures Investment Manager Greg Beres discusses several interesting issues surrounding “opt-out” representative actions.
To read the full article, please visit the Practical Law Dispute Resolution Blog.
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