Taking on Tbilisi: litigation funding in action

Thursday, 5 January 2012 (over 4 years ago)

Christian Stuerwald, the head of case assessment at Calunius Capital in London and former head of Allianz Litigation Funding’s UK office until 2009, and Mick Smith, one of the co-founders of Calunius, consider the ICSID case of Fuchs and Kardassopoulos v Georgia, a rare public example of a funded investment treaty case.

The Georgian parliament in Tbilisi

The Georgian parliament in Tbilisi

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