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Franca Ciambella joins Woodsford in Singapore

2020-06-08T10:12:47+00:00June 8th, 2020|

Woodsford today announced further expansion of our international executive team with the appointment of Franca Ciambella in Singapore.

Franca’s extensive experience as a dispute resolution lawyer in Asia, focusing on complex commercial and corporate disputes, as well as her vast experience as a mediator, will be […]

Mitesh Modha joins Woodsford as Business Development & Origination Director

2019-11-19T17:39:09+00:00June 4th, 2019|

Woodsford today announced further expansion of its international executive team with the appointment of Mitesh Modha to the position of Business Development & Origination Director.

Mitesh, who will play a key role in Woodsford’s business development activities outside of North America, joins from Kain Knight, […]

Woodsford appoints Simon Powell, former Head of Latham’s Hong Kong office, to our Investment Advisory Panel

2019-10-23T15:19:05+00:00January 29th, 2019|

30 January 2019: Woodsford  has announced that Hong Kong based Simon Powell has joined its Investment Advisory Panel.

Simon Powell becomes Woodsford’s second Asia-based IAP member (alongside John Beechey), reflecting the increasing importance of the region to Woodsford. The third-party funding of arbitration in […]

Just Published: Litigation Funding 2019 the definitive guide to the regulation and practice of funding in 19 key economies worldwide

2019-03-19T13:26:59+00:00January 28th, 2019|

Third-party funding of litigation is a reality in many of the world’s leading dispute resolution centres. You can now read Litigation Funding 2019, the definitive survey of its regulation and practice in 19 key economies worldwide.

This is the third annual edition of our […]

Woodsford’s response to Hong Kong’s consultation on draft Code of Practice

2019-03-19T13:28:07+00:00November 1st, 2018|

On 30th August 2018, Hong Kong’s Department of Justice launched a public consultation to seek views on the draft Code of Practice for Third Party Funding of Arbitration and Mediation.

You can read Woodsford’s response here.

Litigation Funding 2018 the definitive guide to the regulation and practice of funding in key economies worldwide

2019-03-19T13:33:35+00:00January 17th, 2018|

Third-party funding of litigation is a reality in many of the world’s leading dispute resolution centres. You can now read Litigation Funding 2018, the definitive survey of its regulation and practice in key economies worldwide.

This is the second annual edition of our global survey […]

Woodsford Launches Asia Pacific Business With New Singapore Office

2019-03-19T13:34:17+00:00October 16th, 2017|

Woodsford Litigation Funding is excited to announce a significant expansion into the Asia Pacific market, with the opening of our first Asian office in Singapore, the appointment of Charlie Morris as Managing Director, Asia Pacific and our first Singapore-based arbitration funding agreement.

Woodsford’s CEO, Steven […]

Charlie Morris, Woodsford’s Managing Director, Asia Pacific to take part in SIArb’s Commercial Arbitration Symposium 2017

2019-03-19T13:33:11+00:00September 13th, 2017|

Charlie will represent Woodsford at the event on Thursday 16th November at The Old Parliament House in Singapore. He will sit on a key panel looking at: Third Party Funding of International Arbitration in Asia – Current Issues and Implications for Practice.

The session picks up […]

Just published: Arbitration and Litigation in Singapore and Hong Kong – read our latest white paper

2019-03-19T13:34:52+00:00August 24th, 2017|

This white paper analyses the impact of the recent liberalisation of funding regimes in these two key Asian jurisdictions; looking in detail at the changes, anticipating future developments and providing practical tips for practitioners.

Download the white paper here

The Impact of Third Party Funding on Hong Kong as a Centre for International Arbitration

2019-03-19T13:35:08+00:00August 14th, 2017|

In the latest edition of Intercontinental Finance & Law magazine, Woodsford’s Charlie Morris looks at the recent changes permitting funding of international arbitration and what these changes mean for Hong Kong as a Centre for International Arbitration.

Read the full article here

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