Australia: The Evolution of a Litigation Funding Market
On Tuesday, June 15, 6:00 p.m. EST, Litigation Finance Journal is hosting a panel discussion on the evolution of Litigation Finance in Australia. Topics will include the growing threat of industry regulation, the Joint Parliamentary Committee’s perspective on litigation funding and class actions, how Australia can serve as a model for global jurisdictions, including states US, UK and EU, and the structural and cultural differences inherent in running a litigation finance company in Australia.
As fans of the fin-lit industry well know, Australia is the birthplace of Litigation Finance. The finance industry has come a long way since then…until now, in fact, that it is increasingly about regulation given the massive class action lawsuits that are taking place. But will such regulation be fruitful or counterproductive? And what about the many benefits that litigation funding brings to Australian society, such as increased access to justice and a stronger legal landscape?
Hear from prominent founders and CEOs of leading Australia-based litigation funders, including Omni Bridgeway, LCM and CASL, as they discuss the evolution of the litigation funding market in Australia, as well as lessons learned other jurisdictions such as the US, UK and EU can learn from Australia.
This is a digital event not to be missed!
- When: Tuesday, June 15, 6 p.m. EST (Wednesday, June 16, 8 a.m. Sydney time).
- What: Round table and questions and answers with the participants. Audio event only.
- Which: CEOs and founders of three major Australian funders.
This 1h15 event will be recorded, and all ticket holders will receive a recording of the event. So if you can’t make the time, you can still access the conference!
The event will be hosted by Ed Truant of Slingshot Capital.
For more information and tickets, please visit this link.
We hope you enjoy!
– The LFJ team
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