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23 March 2021

Digitising disputes – 4 of 15 Insights

The Future of Litigation – Episode 4

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The impact of technology on litigation funding

What is the future of litigation? How will the digital revolution affect the conduct of disputes, and what does that mean for you? Season 1 of Sidebar – the new podcast from Taylor Wessing, which predicts the impact of the issues, innovations and trends facing the wider legal landscape – has the answers.

 

In the fourth episode in our Future of Litigation season, EMEA Head of Origination at Litigation Capital Management, Matthew Denney, offers his unique insights into the impact of technology on litigation funding.

Together with Disputes & Investigations partners Laurence Lieberman and Nick Storrs, Matthew will consider how funders might utilise data analytics and automation in investment decisions, ongoing case assessment, and enforcement, and what this means for potential claimants.

Listen to Episode 4 of The Future of Litigation above, or via Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Amazon Music, Google Podcasts or Stitcher.

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Episode 5 of Sidebar's Future of Litigation season will arrive on Tuesday 6 April 2021 – subscribe today and never miss an episode.

In this series

Disputes & investigations

Sidebar – Season 1 box set

The Future of Litigation

Quick read

by Multiple authors

Disputes & investigations

The Future of Litigation – Episode 6

What does evidence look like in the digital age?

Quick read

by Edward Spencer, Jessie Prynne

Disputes & investigations

The Future of Litigation – Episode 5

The impact of AI on litigation

Quick read

by Amy Patterson, Edward Spencer

Disputes & investigations

The Future of Litigation – Episode 4

The impact of technology on litigation funding

Quick read

by Laurence Lieberman, Nick Storrs

Disputes & investigations

The Future of Litigation – Episode 3

The courts go digital

Quick read

by Laurence Lieberman

Disputes & investigations

The Future of Litigation – Episode 2

The case for case prediction

Quick read

by Laurence Lieberman, Stephanie High

Disputes & investigations

The Future of Litigation – Episode 1

Hearings in a remote world

Quick read

by Laurence Lieberman, Katie Chandler

Technology, media & communications

Law Commission report on electronic execution of documents

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by Debbie Heywood

Disputes & investigations

Digitising Disputes: The Courts of Tomorrow

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by Laurence Lieberman

Disputes & investigations

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Briefing

by Gemma Broughall

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