Litigation Funding case study


Posted by Chris Potts, 14th February 2017
We were instructed by the Liquidator of an English company.

Acting on a CFA, claims were commenced for, amongst others, fraudulent trading, misfeasance and breach of duty against the ex-director and a company in Dubai to which over £2 million had been paid.

Worldwide freezing injunctions were obtained and substantial property assets were secured.  Given our success in driving forward the claim in the High Court and securing assets, the case settled after mediation.

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