English law firms have for years exported their services around the world. Now London-based litigation funders like Woodsford are doing the same. Why are Israeli plaintiffs and lawyers the latest to be attracted to what London litigation funders have to offer? And why are global players interested in the opportunities for litigation funding in Israel?

London-based funders, like their law firm counterparts, continue to look overseas for opportunities; in 2017 Woodsford opened an office in Singapore following the loosening of regulations precluding funding, and we are expaning our operations in the US. In relation to Israel, Woodsford is the first of the big, global funders with a permanent presence on the ground in Tel-Aviv having spotting of the opportunities offered by the ‘start-up nation’.

Woodsford’s Steven Friel and Yoav Navon examine why Israel is such a good fit for funding in the latest edition of Litigation Funding magazine, published by the Law Society of England and Wales.

You can read the full article here.