How Divorce Funding Makes Justice Possible

by LitFunder January 6, 2014 Law

Many in the legal community are familiar with the recent settlement of the long and incredibly public divorce case Young v Young [2013] EWHC 3637 (Fam). The divorce case was one of the most public and costly in recent history, with Michelle Young’s former husband paying out a £20 million settlement in addition to £5 […]

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The 5 Most High Profile Court Cases

by LitFunder November 27, 2013 Law

From media coverage to landmark legal developments, there are a wide variety of factors by which one can judge a ‘high profile’ court case. The five court cases listed below range from celebrity disputes to expensive courtroom battles, with each one of the highest-profile cases in its field. 1.     Barclay Brothers v. Paul McKillen, 2013 […]

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