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Litigation Funding Regulation proposed
Guido Demarco for Expansion about the New Resolution on Responsible private funding of litigation

How to regulate Litigation Funding is a current trend lately. In this regard, Guido Demarco, Director of Stonward, has published an op-ed in the Spanish newspaper Expansión talking about the new Resolution approved by the European Parliament on Responsible Private Funding of Litigation. The Resolution, dated 13 September 2022, recognizes that litigation funding is a growing practice in the EU and calls for a proposal for a Directive to establish common minimum standards on third-party commercial litigation funding addressing the transparency, fairness and proportionality of this tool. The problem, according to Guido, is that the proposed regulation is prone to “over-regulation”. The…

European Parliament resolution on Responsible Private Funding of Litigation

The European Parliament has approved a set of recommendations to the Commission on Responsible private funding of litigation. The Resolution, dated 13 September 2022, recognizes that litigation funding is a growing practice in the EU and calls for a proposal for a Directive to establish common minimum standards on third-party commercial litigation funding addressing the transparency, fairness and proportionality of this tool. At Stonward, we already addressed some of the European Parliament’s concerns and some of the issues raised in the resolution. During the second International Congress on Litigation Funding (LF), organized by Stonward and the Peruvian Institute of Arbitration, several experts on Litigation…

European Class Action Report 2022

The second annual European Class Action Report 2022 published by international law firm CMS has been released. The report looks at class action activity in the UK and across Europe over a six-year period from 2016 to 2021. It is the only study to analyze data from class action proceedings across Europe and to map a true picture of class action risk. These are the key findings: The number of class actions filed in 2021 exceeds 2020, at 110 claims. This equates to growth of over 120% between 2018 and 2021. The explosive growth in ligation funding has been identified as…

Stonward, ranks Band 1 for Litigation Support – Chambers & Partners

Chambers 2022 Litigation Support, Europe-wide Litigation Funding: Brokers ranking has been announced. We are pleased and thrilled to share that Stonward has been ranked Band 1 in this ranking, and that our Director, Guido Demarco, has also achieved it. Thank you to our clients for their feedback and thanks to the researchers for their hard-work 👏. See here the full ranking.

Newspaper Cinco Días publishes the news of Guido Demarco as new Director of Stonward

The newspaper Cinco Días, through wolters kluwer españa, has echoed the news of the arrival of our new director, Guido Demarco. “This new opportunity is exciting. The work they have done at Stonward over the last year is fantastic and now it is our turn to continue growing along the same path. We plan to expand our team before the end of the year, deepen our focus on the Latin American and Spanish markets, where there is a lot of demand for financing, and strengthen ties with our strategic partners. In addition, we plan to expand our range of services…

Guido Demarco, new Director & Head of Legal Assets of Stonward Litigation Funding

Stonward Litgation Funding, boutique specialized in offering bespoke solutions to finance litigation both in Europe and the Americas, has a new director and Head of Legal Assets: Guido Demarco, a legal expert with extensive experience in debt restructuring (private and sovereign), NPL strategies and legal, banking and financial project management.  Prior to joining Stonward, Guido worked for the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development as a legal advisor, where he had the opportunity to work closely with different governments and high-level stakeholders. Previously, he worked as an associate at Baker McKenzie, in the Buenos Aires office, where he worked on…