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Therium is a market-leading provider of litigation finance across European jurisdictions and has a strong track record of providing funding through an innovative range of financing structures to law firms, corporates and claimants.

As one of the first funders to enter the European market, Therium has been actively funding cases in Europe since 2010, with managers based in several key European jurisdictions. Thanks to a wealth of experience in a range of case types, our investment managers have a deep understanding of the regimes and regulation across Europe, which continue to develop particularly in class actions and more broadly in the sphere of collective redress.

Germany

Learn more about our Litigation Funding & Arbitration in Germany.

The Nordics

Learn more about our Litigation Funding & Arbitration in The Nordics.

Wider Europe

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European News, Insights and Events

NEWS 03 August 2021

UNCITRAL's Investor-State Dispute Reform

Therium has contributed to ILFA’s comments and individually responded to UNCITRAL’s Working Group III on Investor-State Dispute (ISDS) Reform. These comments highlight the important role third-party funding plays in providing access to justice, upholding the rule of law and ensuring viable Investor-State arbitrations are heard.   Read the ILFA response here Related News, Insights and […]

NEWS 08 September 2020

Litigation Funders Unite to Form Global Advocacy Group

The International Legal Finance Association expects to spend roughly $1 million in its first year to elevate the profile of the industry in the face of attacks by business groups worldwide. Thirteen commercial litigation funders from across the world have lined up to launch the first global trade association for the rapidly growing industry. The International Legal Finance […]

NEWS 29 March 2018

London Court set to give the go-ahead to ‘dieselgate’ lawsuit for 60,000 Volkswagen car owners

CREDIT: ALAMY English lawyers are bringing a series of allegations against Volkswagen A London court has indicated that it will give the green light to a group lawsuit by around 60,000 English car owners against Volkswagen, over the “dieselgate” scandal. Lawyers for Slater and Gordon and Leigh Day said on Thursday they had been awarded a joint […]

NEWS 14 November 2016

Litigation against Spanish banks set to snowball

Legal firms are successfully suing Spanish banks for abusive loans to renewable energy development over the past decade. Jausas, a Barcelona-based law firm spearheading litigation, has detected 20 regional court cases against banks for charging unfair rates on project finance for wind and solar projects.They involve the use of a highly complex derivative called interest […]

NEWS 03 August 2021

UNCITRAL's Investor-State Dispute Reform

Therium has contributed to ILFA’s comments and individually responded to UNCITRAL’s Working Group III on Investor-State Dispute (ISDS) Reform. These comments highlight the important role third-party funding plays in providing access to justice, upholding the rule of law and ensuring viable Investor-State arbitrations are heard.   Read the ILFA response here Related News, Insights and […]

NEWS 08 September 2020

Litigation Funders Unite to Form Global Advocacy Group

The International Legal Finance Association expects to spend roughly $1 million in its first year to elevate the profile of the industry in the face of attacks by business groups worldwide. Thirteen commercial litigation funders from across the world have lined up to launch the first global trade association for the rapidly growing industry. The International Legal Finance […]

NEWS 29 March 2018

London Court set to give the go-ahead to ‘dieselgate’ lawsuit for 60,000 Volkswagen car owners

CREDIT: ALAMY English lawyers are bringing a series of allegations against Volkswagen A London court has indicated that it will give the green light to a group lawsuit by around 60,000 English car owners against Volkswagen, over the “dieselgate” scandal. Lawyers for Slater and Gordon and Leigh Day said on Thursday they had been awarded a joint […]

NEWS 14 November 2016

Litigation against Spanish banks set to snowball

Legal firms are successfully suing Spanish banks for abusive loans to renewable energy development over the past decade. Jausas, a Barcelona-based law firm spearheading litigation, has detected 20 regional court cases against banks for charging unfair rates on project finance for wind and solar projects.They involve the use of a highly complex derivative called interest […]