*The legislative acts listed are not regularly maintained. The statutes are provided as an aid for initial research into a jurisdiction’s laws regarding third-party funding. It is not a representation of all the applicable laws regarding third-party funding.
Arbitral Institution Rules
- Note to Parties and Arbitral Tribunals on the Conduct of the Arbitration under the ICC Rules of Arbitration (22 September 2016).
- Investment Arbitration Rules (2017), Rules 24(L), 33.1, and 35.
- Practice Note for Administered Cases under the Arbitration Rules of SIAC
Rachel S Grynberg, Stephen M Grynberg, Miriam. S Grynberg and RSM Production Corporation v. Grenada, (ICSID Case No. ARB 10/6), Tribunal’s Decision on Respondent’s Application for Security for Costs (14 October 2010).
Literature – Articles
C. BAO, “Third Party Funding in Singapore and Hong Kong: The Next Chapter”, 34 J. Int’l Arb. (2017, Issue 3).
J. CLANCHY, “Navigating the Waters of Third Party Funding in Arbitration”, 82 Int’l J. of Arb., Mediation and Disp. Management 222 (2016, No. 3).
Financial Times, “Arbitration academics are living in the dark ages” (19 November 2017) (subscription required).
M. J. GOLDSTEIN, “Should the Real Parties in Interest Have to Stand Up? – Thoughts About A Disclosure Regime for Third-Party Funding in International Arbitration”, 8 Transnational Dispute Management (2011, Issue 4) (subscription required).
J. C. HONLET, “Recent decisions on third-party funding in investment arbitration”, 30 ICSID Review (Fall 2015, Issue 3).
M. KANTOR, “ThirdParty Funding in International Arbitration: An Essay About New Developments”, 24 ICSID Review – Foreign Investment Law Journal (2009, Issue 1).
S. KHOURI, K. HURFORD, and C. BOWMAN, “Third Party Funding in International Commercial and Treaty Arbitration – a Panacea or a plague? A Discussion of the Risks and Benefits of Third Party Funding”, 8 Transnational Dispute Management (2011, issue 4).
B. OSMANOGLU, “Third-Party Funding in International Commercial Arbitration and Arbitrator Conflict of Interest”, 32 J. Int’l Arb. (2015).
S. L. PARADAU, “Alternative Litigation Financing: Perils and Opportunities”, 12 U.C. Davis L.J. 65 (2011).
M. SCHERER, A. GOLDSMITH and C. FLÉCHET, “Third Party Funding of International Arbitration Proceedings – A View From Europe: Part II”, International Business Law Journal 649 (2012).
M. SECOMB, P. TAN, and T. WINGFIELD, “Third Party funding for Arbitration: An Opportunity for Singapore to
Lead the Way in Regulation”, 16 Asian Dispute Review (2016, Issue 4).
M. STEINITZ and A. C. FIELD, “A Model Litigation Funding Contract”, 99 Iowa Law Review 711 (2014).
B. ZHANG and M. HU, “A snapshot of the Chinese Third-Party Funding market”, submission on file with ICCA-QMUL Task Force.
LIterarure – Treatises
L. BENCH NIEUWVELD and V. SHANNON SAHANI, Third-Party Funding in International Arbitration, 2nd ed. (Kluwer 2017).
S. BREKOULAKIS, Third Parties in International Commercial Arbitration (OUP 2010).
N. CASADO FILHO, Arbitragem e Acesso á Justiça: O Novo Paradigma do Third Party
Funding (Saraiva 2017).
B. M. CREMADES SANZPASTOR and A. DIMOLITSA, eds., Third-Party Funding in International Arbitration (ICC Dossier) (Kluwer 2013).
LU, VERHEYEN and PERERA, eds., Investing with Confidence: Understanding Political Risk Management in the 21st Century (World Bank 2009).
N. PITKOWITZ, ed., Handbook on Third-Party Funding in International Arbitration (Juris 2018)
C. A. ROGERS, Ethics in International Arbitration (Oxford University Press 2014).
N. ROWLES-DAVIES, Third Party Litigation Funding (Oxford University Press 2014).
J. VON GOELER, Third-Party Funding in International Arbitration and its Impact on Procedure, International Arbitration Law Library, Volume 35 (Kluwer Law International 2016).
V. WAYE, Trading in Legal Claims: Law, Policy & Future Directions in Australia, UK & US (2008).