Carter-Ruck offers new litigation funding and ATE insurance options post 1 April 2013
Carter-Ruck is at the forefront of the new litigation funding regime. The firm pioneered the use of Conditional Fee Agreements (“CFAs”) in media and commercial litigation cases. Now, following extensive changes to the rules brought in on 1 April 2013, Carter-Ruck is able to offer a variety of innovative solutions to the funding of commercial litigation, so as to enable clients effectively to manage the costs and their cash flow. The options include Conditional Fee Agreements, Damages Based Agreements (“DBAs”), or third party funding.