Omni Bridgeway is funding a talented interdisciplinary artist and her design studio to gain a declaration of copyright ownership in Singapore in respect of high quality photographs they produced of a number of luxury hotels and, through proceedings in the US, seek damages for their extensive infringement on a variety of third party commercial websites over the last decade.
Our client, an infrastructure construction company, concluded an agreement with an African state (via its Ministry for Works) to rehabilitate a roadway between two major cities.
We funded a US$8.75 million claim by a major Japanese trading house, who found themselves in a dispute with Mexican steel company AHMSA (Altos Hornos de Mexico S.A) after AHMSA entered administration and failed to pay for Roll Grinding equipment.
We conducted a multi-jurisdictional enforcement for a German construction conglomerate against a Ukrainian professional Football Club.
Having exhausted all avenues to enforce a favorable Award and recover monies owed by a parastatal of the Republic of Uzbekistan an exasperated Turkish construction company turned to Omni Bridgeway to devise and execute a recovery plan.
Our clients invested in the development of an oil pipeline in a Eurasian State. Following a dispute between them and the State, they sought arbitration in the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID) and were awarded two Awards totaling US$100 million to be paid by the State.
We are funding a large public pension fund in an opt-out securities litigation, pending in Quebec, regarding alleged price gouging and fictitious accounting.
We are financing a claim by Canadian start-up Paycase Global Corp against TMX Group, which operates the Toronto Stock Exchange, for terminating a deal to create cryptocurrency-related products and services.
We are financing World Media Holdings s.a.l., a Lebanon-based movie theatre developer and operator in its claim against IMAX Corporation, a global entertainment giant, to pursue damages for more than CAD$140.5 million.
We are currently funding a Canadian dispute related to the intellectual property and licensing of pipeline technology in the oil and gas sector in Canada and the US.
More than 5000 'Mums and Dads' investors placed their savings into the SEAS Sapfor forestry scheme in South Australia. The scheme was administered by companies that became part of the Gunns group, with Australian Executor Trustees (SA) Ltd (a subsidiary of the listed IOOF Group) acting as security trustee.
We are funding (with funding participation by another entity) a class action on behalf of around 6,500 people seeking compensation for financial loss or damage caused by the negligent operation of the Wivenhoe and Somerset dams in the lead up to and during the January 2011 flood in Brisbane, Queensland.
Class action in Australia by shareholders against leading medical device company alleging misleading statements and non-disclosures related to earnings and dose sales growth, and that CEO engaged in inappropriate share trading activities, causing loss and damage to shareholders. Claim settled for A$40 million in August 2019.
In February 2020, Omni Bridgeway announced a A$212.5m conditional settlement in three long running Federal Court class actions we funded against the Commonwealth Department of Defence in Australia.
We provided finance for professional negligence claims against Ernst & Young, auditors of Orient Power Holdings Ltd, an entity listed on the Hong Kong stock exchange.
In Canada, we are funding an action by an insolvent debtor, Bluberi, against its main lender, who it alleges acted in a predatory way in order to cause Bluberi’s demise.
On a confidential basis, we provided finance for US$200m professional negligence claims against an auditor relating to the collapse of a substantial listed gold and jewellery business.
We are funding a portfolio of international arbitration proceedings in London and Singapore, arising out of contractual disputes between a media and entertainment company and two of its customers, which are large telecommunications companies.