Collyer Bristow's future looks secure as it defeats Innovator One claim

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  • Jon, I have a little sympathy for your friend BUT it's not as if he's going to have to pay the defendants' costs - the ATE insurers (who will have received no premium because the case was not a "success") will look after that - or much for his own lawyers' fees given that Enyo was on a discounted rate CFA spread over more than 500 punters. At the end of the day, he decided to invest in a tax avoidance scheme that any sensible investor should have realised was too good to be true. You pay your money and take your chance.

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  • The funders, ATE insurers and their re-insurers would have all done extensive DD themselves. The whole point of TPF and ATE is transfer of risk and in this circumstance a number of entities have lost out. With the sums involved I'm sure there will still be plenty of finger pointing!

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  • Well done Mr Green. Telling investors for 6 years that this is as near to unlosable as litigation gets. A bit surprising that a new firm like Enyo would stick by him. Maybe they should cut their losses and get rid of him and the case? Doesn't reflect particularly well on a new firm of litigation specialists to lose one like this...

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