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NZ property owners one step closer to compensation in combustible cladding class action

The Omni Bridgeway-funded class action against the manufacturer and suppliers of certain polyethylene (PE) core cladding has commenced in the High Court of New Zealand. The action seeks compensation for New Zealand property owners and lease holders who have suffered or will suffer financial loss in relation to the Alucobond PE and Alucobond Plus cladding products which are or were affixed to their buildings.
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Navigating the road to recovery in IP cases with litigation finance

Sarah Tsou, an Investment Manager and Legal Counsel with Omni Bridgeway, is an expert on how litigation finance can help claimants unlock the potentially tremendous value of their most important IP. Read about her most recent appearance, as a guest on the podcast Clause 8, The Voice of IP with Eli Mazour of Harrity & Harrity, LLP, and access other podcasts and blog posts where she has shared her knowledge.
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Compensation distributed to members of Williamtown Contamination Class Action

This week, the members of the Williamtown Contamination Class Action received some good news in the run up to Christmas: $57m in compensation was distributed by their settlement scheme administrator, Ben Allen of Dentons. The distributions followed from the landmark settlement achieved in February 2019 by Omni Bridgeway’s funded class action.
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Cases taking longer than expected? Consider litigation finance.

Recent statistics by the United States District Courts indicate the average civil case takes 28.4 months from filing to trial, a figure which seems to be on the rise. With cases increasingly becoming lengthy and costly consider litigation finance at any stage of your case to help you get to the finish line.
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Australian combustible cladding class actions – important information regarding Omni Bridgeway’s online registration for building owners, bodies corporate and public bodies

Building owners, bodies corporate and public bodies of properties in Australia who believe their buildings may be affected by combustible cladding will find important information on Omni Bridgeway’s Australian Combustible Cladding Class Actions webpage. The webpage contains Notices for likely class members that have been approved by the Federal Court of Australia and full details of the online registration process.
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Omni Bridgeway celebrates its one year merger-versary

We look ahead on our one-year merger-versary excited to expand geographically, introduce new funding solutions to the market and pursue strategic priorities to increase deal flow, grow our funds under management and achieve operational excellence.
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