Litigation Funding for Collective Actions

Deminor helps impacted companies, groups, associations and individuals claim compensation in an efficient manner and on a “no cure, no pay” basis.

Litigation funding supports collective and group actions

Litigation funding plays a vital role in enabling businesses and individuals to recover losses incurred due to anticompetitive practices, such as those caused by cartels. These illegal activities often inflict substantial financial damages on multiple parties. 

Collective actions, also known as class actions or group actions, provide an efficient and cost-effective way for numerous claimants to pursue compensation for similar harm. Litigation funding firms specialise in supporting these claims through "no win, no fee" arrangements, making legal action more accessible.

Deminor is a leading litigation funder that leverages our extensive experience in organising and managing collective actions to finance your claims worldwide. With a highly skilled international team, Deminor is adept at supporting both single and multi-jurisdictional claims, facilitating access to justice for groups affected by anti-competitive behaviours."

You could join one of our antitrust actions if a cartel or another anticompetitive practice had an impact...


...on goods or services you sold or bought.


...during a defined period of time.

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Common types of collective actions

  • Class Action: A lawsuit filed by a group (the class) of people who suffered similar harm due to the actions of a defendant.
  • Mass Tort: Multiple plaintiffs file individual lawsuits against one or more defendants due to harm caused by a product, drug, or other factors.
  • Multi-District Litigation (MDL): Cases involving similar issues are consolidated and managed together in federal court to streamline proceedings.
  • Group Litigation: Similar to class actions, but typically occurs in countries outside of the United States.
Your success is our success:

We are only paid when we win or settle your case.

Deminor handles all litigation costs and receives a percentage of the losses recovered.

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How litigation funding can be used within collective actions

  • Covering Legal Costs: Litigation funding provides the resources to pursue legal action against corporations or institutions, covering lawyer fees, expert witness costs, and other litigation expenses.
  • Risk Mitigation: By securing funding from litigation finance companies, collective actions can mitigate the financial risks for individual claimants associated with pursuing complex legal actions, as funding is typically non-recourse, meaning repayment is only required if the case is successful.
  • Maintaining Cash Flow Stability: Lengthy legal battles are common in collective actions. Funding ensures claimants can maintain their business or personal finances while the case unfolds.
  • Levelling the Playing Field: Collective Action claims can level the playing field against well-funded opponents, such as corporations or institutions, by obtaining the financial resources needed to mount a strong legal case and pursue justice effectively.

  • Increased Credibility: Working with a litigation funding company can increase the credibility and legitimacy of collective claims, as funding demonstrates backing and support in the meritorious legal action.
  • Empowering Meritorious Claims: Strong legal cases may lack the initial financial backing to proceed. Funding ensures potentially valuable collective actions are not hindered by resource limitations.
  • Expert Legal Representation: Litigation funding enables collective claims to access experienced lawyers and legal experts who specialise in complex litigation, ensuring quality representation and increasing their chances of success.
  • Promoting Accountability: Litigation funding supports efforts to hold corporations or institutions accountable for unlawful conduct, negligence, or violations of consumer rights, promoting transparency, accountability, and fairness in the marketplace.

Join our antitrust actions now

You may recover your losses on a “no cure, no pay” basis by joining a pending Antitrust Action still open for registration:

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We only make money when you do

No upfront costs: no cure, no pay.


A simple win
is not enough

Only if you effectively cash in the proceeds do we take our agreed share. Our commission ranges from 10% to 35%, depending on complexity, risks and jurisdiction.


No downside in
case of loss

If the case is lost, you owe Deminor nothing. If you are ordered to pay expenses to the adverse party, Deminor pays them.

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