In a webinar for the Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC) Australia, Omni Bridgeway Investment Manager Leanne Meyer chatted with our Head of Enforcement for Asia, Marjolein van den Bosch-Broeren, about the role a dispute funder plays in enforcing judgments and awards from unwilling or evasive debtors and early steps in-house counsel can take to safeguard collectability.
All signs point to the Western District of Texas as the next hot spot for U.S. patent litigation filings. For companies and claimants looking to pursue infringement claims, litigation funding can be utilized to help see their cases through trial.
Ken Epstein of Omni Bridgeway, along with other panelists, provide valuable insight into the fundamentals of litigation finance and how it can be used by companies facing financial distress or insolvency in this Turnaround Time podcast.
Litigation funding is becoming a more regular feature of the legal landscape in New Zealand, particularly in the funding of large multi-party actions. However, there are no specific legislative or regulatory provisions that apply to litigation funding and no statutory class actions regime.
As litigation finance continues to grow in international markets, the English Court of Appeal issued a judgment earlier this year sending a strong message that funders be well capitalised and transparent about their financial position. Alistair Croft discusses this recent case, as well as Omni Bridgeway’s stance on these matters as a listed company.
As mining companies brace for increased financial pressures related to COVID-19, many are finding themselves engaged in increased legal disputes. In our Beyond Hourly podcast, we dive into some of the important issues for mining companies to consider in a post-COVID economy.
Adam Silverman joins Omni Bridgeway as an Investment Manager based in Singapore as demand for dispute finance in Asia is increasing, with more jurisdictions across the region embracing third party funding.
This is part 2 of our podcast on negotiation strategies for commercial dispute resolution in which Omni Bridgeway’s Clive Bowman chats with Robert Bordone, a Senior Fellow at Harvard Law School. In Part 2, Clive and Bob discuss positional bargaining and alternative methods of negotiating and how to get around difficult behaviour from the other party. They also share key learnings from the globally renowned Harvard Negotiation Institute workshop.
In this two-part podcast, Omni Bridgeway’s Clive Bowman chats with Robert Bordone, a Senior Fellow at Harvard Law School, about negotiation strategies for commercial dispute resolution. In Part 1, Clive and Bob discuss theories behind negotiation methods, principles for negotiating a good outcome and how to create value in negotiation and why it is important.
In this recent webinar panel discussion hosted by Lexology, Omni Bridgeway and an expert panel shared their insights and answered some of the most critical questions that companies, and lawyers have about using dispute finance for insolvency-related claims across Asia-Pacific.