Legal Breach of fiduciary Bribery Class Action Collective Redress Group Litigation

Representative Action

The Case

Therium is funding a claim in the English High Court arising out of the receipt of undisclosed payments by a fiduciary which it is alleged are secret commissions. The estimated damages are substantial.

Why It’s Significant

The case has particular significance as being one of the first to test the CPR 19.6 ‘representative claimant’ regime following the clarification of the rules by the Supreme Court in Lloyd v Google.


Therium’s Solution

The claim shows Therium’s innovative approach in funding cases at the cutting edge of collective redress.

The funding also typifies Therium’s commitment to backing meritorious claims in circumstances where the claimants might otherwise be denied access to justice.


Class Action / Group Litigation / Breach of Fiduciary Duty / Bribery / Collective Redress



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