IMF Bentham and Russell McVeagh announce a New Zealand Class Action is under investigation. Like the two Australian actions funded by IMF Bentham, the NZ class action will also be a product liability claim against certain manufacturers of Alucobond and Vitrabond PE core cladding products.
Leading litigation and disputes funder IMF Bentham announces that it is acquiring Omni Bridgeway Holdings BV to create a truly global diversified funder with over A$2.2 billion in capital to fund disputes and enforcement proceedings of significant size and complexity throughout the world.
IMF Bentham and leading New Zealand law firm Glaister Ennor announced today a class action seeking compensation for shareholders of failed New Zealand insurance firm CBL Corporation. The collapse of CBL has impacted shareholders across the world, including retail investors in New Zealand who have seen their investment in CBL wiped out. The action will allege CBL breached its obligations to keep shareholders properly informed about CBL’s French insurance business.
Leading litigation and disputes funder IMF Bentham and leading commercial law firm, Piper Alderman, confirm the Supreme Court of New South Wales handed down judgment in favour of their funded client, David Kerr in his capacity as additional Trustee of the SEAS Sapfor forestry scheme (Trustee).
Leading commercial litigation funder Bentham IMF has completed its third round of hiring since the November 2018 launch of its second fund devoted to US investments. New hires bolster Bentham’s ability to provide specialized expertise and boots-on-the-ground support.
In response to a (short) report issued by a US investment firm on 7 August 2019 on Burford Capital Limited, leading global dispute resolution financier and industry founder, IMF Bentham responds to share price movement of rival Burford, and notes the differences in relation to IMF’s accounting policies and disclosures.
Australia’s leading dispute financier IMF Bentham and William Roberts Lawyers announced today a class action seeking compensation for MLC Super Fund members against NAB-owned MLC Super Fund trustee company, NULIS Nominees (Australia) Limited, relating to excess fees charged to members of the MLC Super Fund from 1 July 2016.
Global dispute financier IMF Bentham and William Roberts Lawyers have commenced a second product liability class action in the Federal Court of Australia under consumer protection laws. The action is against the manufacturer of ‘Vitrabond’ PE core cladding products, Fairview Architectural Pty Ltd. It follows the commencement in February 2019 of a class action against the manufacturers of ‘Alucobond’ PE core cladding products.
Leading international dispute financier, IMF Bentham and renowned global litigation and arbitration firm Boies Schiller Flexner LLP announce a collaboration to provide up to US$30 million in funding capital for cross-border disputes with a Vietnamese connection.
IMF Bentham and William Roberts Lawyers announce a Class Action has now been filed in the Federal Court of Australia (in Sydney). This class action is a product liability claim against the manufacturers of Alucobond PE cladding products.
IMF Litigation Funding Services Limited, a wholly-owned subsidiary of IMF Bentham, one of the world's largest and most respected litigation funders, announced today a proposed shareholder action for shareholders of Danske Bank A/S.
Leading global litigation and dispute financier IMF Bentham announced today it is approaching investment targets for two of its funding vehicles ahead of schedule and has successfully increased the capacity of these vehicles to meet strong market demand for investment funding.
IMF Bentham Limited (ASX: IMF), the parent company of US-based Bentham IMF (Bentham), announces today the launch of a new fund focused on US litigation finance investments (Fund 4) with an initial size of US$500m.
IMF Bentham Limited and William Roberts Lawyers announced today their intention to pursue a class action seeking compensation for property owners of residential, commercial, mixed-use, and other non-residential buildings throughout Australia on which there is aluminum composite panel cladding with a core comprised substantially of polyethylene (PE Core Cladding).
IMF Bentham Limited has undertaken a placement of shares to institutional investors of 26.6 million shares to raise A$74.48 million, and initiated a share purchase plan for retail investors, which is set to raise an additional A$10 million.