Hedge Funds and Litigation: A Brave New World
Capital Markets Law Journal
By Natasha Harrison and Fiona Huntriss
The litigation market in England, the United States and elsewhere is changing. Hedge funds and other investment funds are emerging as sophisticated litigators, viewing litigation as an asset, which can create value and mitigate risk, rather than something to be avoided or feared. These funds are disciplined and rigorous in their approach. They do not engage in frivolous or unmeritorious litigation, recognizing that their credibility is the key. Instead, they build comprehensive legal strategies, which are flawlessly executed, an approach that brings discipline to the markets. Full article.