Stuart Price, CEO of Litigation Lending announced today that the company has joined with GCA Lawyers in Christchurch, New Zealand in launching the largest class action in its almost 20 year history. For more information on the claim, refer to the class action website here.

Litigation Lending Services Announces a New $35 million Credit Facility

LLS proudly announces the completion of a strategic $35 million credit facility with a leading Australian based global alternative asset manager. This credit facility further bolsters the Company's robust financial structure in tandem with its existing fund and balance sheet.

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Appointment of Investment Manager – April 2024

Litigation Lending is excited to announce the appointment of our new Investment Manager Joshua Ehrenfeld.

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Litigation Lending proudly celebrates International Women’s Day

With women making up 60% of Litigation Lending’s workforce and 75% of the management committee, we understand and value the positive impacts women inclusivity brings which ties in with this year's ‘Inspire Inclusion’ theme. Click below to see what IWD means to the women of LLS.

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Litigation Lending proudly celebrates 25 years

Litigation Lending proudly celebrates 25 years

Established over two decades ago in 1999, LLS is a pioneer in the litigation funding industry.

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A momentous day as the WA government apologises to Indigenous people for decades of wage theft and workplace discrimination

As part of the class action settlement, on 28 November 2023, the WA Premier Roger Cook made an official apology in parliament on behalf of the state to First Nations peoples who worked for little or no pay between 1936 and 1972. LLS, in funding the class action, was proud to partner with Mr. Mervyn Street, a Gooniyandi man who was the lead applicant on behalf of all those affected.

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Compensation for thousands of Stolen Wages victims in Western Australia

The WA Government has settled a class action for Stolen Wages on behalf of many thousands of Aboriginal Australians who worked in Western Australia and were not paid some or all of their wages while they were subject to legislation in effect from 1936 to 1972. As part of the class action settlement, the State of WA will pay up to $180.4 million to eligible aboriginal workers or their surviving spouses and children.

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