Month: November 2017

Portfolio Funding, Decoded: An Interview With Iain McKenny of Vannin Capital

By Eric Z. Chang In the last decade or so, third party funding has entered into the mainstream consciousness of clients, law firms, academics, and policymakers alike. As a relatively new industry, third party funding is evolving at breakneck pace, with ever-more varied and sophisticated products. One of the more interesting developments is the introduction […]

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Third-Party Funding: Rational Economic Actors and the Investment Arbitration System Should Protect Against Potential Ill-Effects

Third-Party Funding: Rational Economic Actors and the Investment Arbitration System Should Protect Against Potential Ill-Effects By David L. Earnest, Shearman & Sterling LLP Third-party funding in investment arbitration is here to stay.  The question, therefore, is how best to address issues that may arise with the involvement of third-party funders.  Chapter 8 of the Draft […]

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