As of March 2015, proposed fee increases to a wide range of court proceedings were implemented by the government. These changes mean that any business wishing to claim a sum equal to or over £200,000 in court must pay an upfront fee of £10,000. This situation has been...
Is there a ‘right way’ to fund legal costs and avoid litigation risk? Litigation funding can mean a number of different things, but in its broadest sense it is the means by which the legal costs of any particular case are paid for. It comes in many guises: whether...
What is a Private Prosecution? Private prosecutions come into play either when statutory prosecution services such as the police or the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) make the decision not to proceed with a criminal investigation, or when a private individual or...
Annecto Legal director Mark Beaumont recently participated in a feature on rising costs of banking litigation for TheLawyer.com. As mentioned before on this blog, the increasing cost of litigation due to rising court fees is a bigger barrier to legitimate cases...
Annecto Legal’s Mark Beaumont was recently interviewed by Rachel Rothwell of the Law Society Gazette for a feature on third party litigation funding and ATE insurance. You can read the full article on the Law Society Gazette website.
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