To help celebrate May Day we are pleased to bring you the latest edition of ATEMatters with this month’s focus on some key recent judgments and decisions. Pivotal to anyone involved in litigation funding is the case of Davey v Money  which gives further clarity on the Arkin Cap and potentially a spanner in the works for funders choosing to indemnify the client without the support of ATE insurance protection.
For those of you use or plan on using the new Disclosure Pilot in the Business and Property Courts should definitely take note of UTB LLC v Sheffield United Ltd .
Finally this month, a little further clarity on the calculation of success fees and how ATE insurance premiums are to be treated.
As always, if you have any comments on ATEMatters or if you would like to discuss anything in relation to commercial litigation ATE insurance or funding, please do get in touch.
Read the May 2019 edition.