Therium founder and CIO Neil Purslow has contributed to an article in The Lawyer on the biggest cases of 2023. Alongside leading City litigators, Neil shared his insights into the recent legal cases and decisions that he is following closely this year.
Firstly, Neil highlights the cases that are set to provide some clarity on the meaning of sections 90 and 90A of the Financial Services and Markets Act for securities litigation.
Secondly, Neil draws attention to the Supreme Court appeal in the Trucks legal action that will decide whether litigation funding constitutes a damages-based agreement. Read the full article from The Lawyer here.
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