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Vol 22 No 3 March/April 2017

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Conditional Fees: A Guide to CFAs and Litigation Funding 3rd ed

Edited by: Stephen Green

ISBN13: 9781853289927
Previous Edition ISBN: 1853284726
Published: March 2008
Publisher: Law Society Publishing
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £48.00

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The fully updated third edition of this successful book provides thorough coverage of funding arrangements in litigation cases. This timely book is written with the many recent challenges to CFAs under the 2000 Regulations in mind, and offers up-to-date and practical guidance on success fees and ATE insurance. It takes the reader through key background issues with a clear explanation of how to run a CFA case and a CFA litigation practice. It includes case material, guides to funding and other regulatory frameworks which are essential for practitioners to be familiar with.

The book also provides: chapters on specialist areas, such as commercial and media cases; the key regulations; codes of conduct; court rules; model agreements; and real life risk assessments. It is an ideal source of information for all those involved in litigation practice.

Courts and Procedure
Part I - Underlying principles:
1. Basic principles
Part II - CFA law and practice:
2. The regulatory framework
3. Recoverability
4. Enforceability
5. Specific CFA issues
6. Media proceedings
7. Commercial litigation funding
8. Litigation practice management
9. Running a CFA practice
10. CFAs and the Bar
Part III - ATE insurance and other forms of funding:
11. Litigation insurance
12. Non-CFA litigation funding
13. Group litigation orders and cost capping