Power Your Legal Battle 

with Financial Support

Power Your Legal Battle with Financial Support


MHN offers two distinct litigation finance products:

Litigation Disbursement Funding is a financing solution tailored for clients who require financial assistance solely for the disbursement costs associated with their legal proceedings. These costs may include:

  • Court fees
  • Barrister fees
  • Expert witness fees
  • Third-party professional reports
  • Other related expenses

Litigation Funding is a comprehensive financing solution designed to cover all expenses related to legal proceedings, offering clients full financial support throughout their case. This product covers:

  • Legal fees
  • All disbursement costs


MHN is a leading provider of litigation finance solutions for individuals and businesses involved in legal disputes.

Our mission is to provide access to justice for those who need it most by providing the financial resources necessary to pursue their legal rights.

Our investment approach is based on careful evaluation of each case, using a rigorous due diligence process to assess the merits and potential risks of the litigation. We specialise in funding complex commercial disputes, including antitrust, securities, and intellectual property litigation, as well as personal injury claims and class actions. As a pioneer in the litigation funding industry, MHN is committed to promoting access to justice and supporting fair and ethical legal proceedings. We believe that everyone deserves a fair chance to pursue their legal rights, and we are proud to play a role in making that a reality.


The 30-year Evolution of Class Actions in Australia

Despite being in operation for three decades, the outlook for class actions in Australia remains uncertain. However, it is evident that class actions have made a significant impact on various stakeholders, including claimants, lawyers, litigation funders, and corporate entities in Australia.

This article examines notable milestones in the development of Australia’s class action regime and explores the influential factors that have shaped its evolution.

A Growing Trend in International Arbitration

In the challenging economic conditions and rising interest rates predicted for 2023, it is expected that more debtors may resist or refuse payment. In such a scenario, having an enforcement team becomes even more crucial for judgment or award creditors seeking to collect what is owed to them. The expertise and financial capabilities of an enforcement team, such as MHN, can greatly assist in pursuing enforcement campaigns and securing payment.

$50M Settlement in ‘Stolen Generations’ Class Action Approved by New South Wales Supreme Court

The recent approval of a historic settlement worth over $50 million by the NSW Supreme Court is expected to benefit thousands of family members and descendants of the Northern Territory stolen generations. The settlement, which was initially reached in September of the previous year, has now received official court approval.

According to estimates provided by the firm involved, between 4,000 and 6,000 Northern Territory members of the stolen generations are eligible to register for the claim.

Review: Third Party Litigation Funding in Australia

The Australian third-party litigation funding market is considered one of the most sophisticated in the world. Initially used primarily in insolvency-related legal claims, litigation funding has expanded to cover a broader range of civil and commercial disputes and arbitrations since the early 2000s. However, the market in Australia remains relatively underutilized.