Third Party Funding in Ireland: Persona non grata?

We explore the recent Irish Supreme Court  decision, which dealt a blow to visions of Ireland becoming a post-Brexit litigation hub. 

26th May 2017

This week, the Irish Supreme Court dealt a blow to visions of Ireland becoming a post-Brexit litigation hub. It held that third party litigation funding, common in the UK and other countries, was unlawful.

In the briefing paper, we explore the case, Persona Digital Telephony Ltd & ors v The Minister for Public Enterprise & ors [2017] IESC 27, and what impact it could have on both Irish and UK law. Download the full briefing below: