H&J is pleased to have retained its Band 2 ranking in Chambers & Partners 2023 for insolvency litigation funding. We are also delighted that Philip Henderson has been recognised as a leading individual.
Henderson & Jones has recently used an innovative assignment model to take control of a number of significant property assets for the benefit of bankruptcy estates. The property interests have now been secured and hundreds of thousands of pounds are due to be returned to the bankruptcy estates. See below for a brief explanation of how this was acheived.
Judgment has today been handed down in Re BetIndex Limited regarding the distribution to customers of funds held in a trust by BetIndex Limited t/a Football Index. Please see our summary of the key findings and a link to the full judgment.
Wise words from Mahatma Gandhi, however it seems that, despite being a lawyer, Gandhi was not talking about service in the legal sense of the world. In this article, Sophie Samani explains how not to get lost when seeking to serve individuals where their current whereabouts are unknown or they reside outside of the jurisdiction.
The Supreme Court today handed down a series of judgments providing clarification on the principles that will apply when determining coverage for COVID-19 related claims under certain commonly used policy terms in different insurers’ business interruption policies. In this article, Lauren Pender considers the Supreme Court's decision and what that is likely to mean in practice for insurers and insureds.
One of our challenges as a company that takes assignment of litigation is to demonstrate how we add value. In this article, our resident accountant, Gwilym Jones, analyses the numbers behind one of our recently concluded cases and explains how our approach to litigation can benefit all stakeholders.