High volume litigation
Handling large volumes of claims
NRF’s award winning high volume litigation solution works across a number of disputes types to apply process and technology to volume litigation.
Our holistic and scalable high volume litigation solution helps clients in sectors such as insurance, energy and travel, effectively manage large volumes of claims. Facing a wave of claims can be costly, a burden on management time and must be handled sensitively to minimise reputational harm. Our mass claims team works with our specialist disputes teams to apply process and rigor to volume litigation to achieve the best possible results. Supported by our Applied Technology team, they design an optimised end-to-end workflow which leverages automation technologies where possible and provides clear and tailored reporting throughout.
Our solution is underpinned by appropriately structured data, task ownership and clear oversight and escalation points. With such a rigorous approach to data, our in-house data analysts can yield valuable portfolio insights. In the past, this has uncovered systemic fraud and informed upstream process and strategy improvements to reduce future exposure.
Fully scalable and flexible to your specific needs
A technology solution, based on defined processes to reduce cost, increase win rates and identify fraud
Real time data insights to drive informed management decision making
How we are helping our clients
Provision of flexible alternative resourcing and designing an accessible in-house claims solution
A client required assistance managing a high volume of insurance claims relating to major vessel casualties.
Efficient, cost-effective transaction closing for the world’s largest off-shore windfarm
Norton Rose Fulbright advised a consortium of 29 banks and 3 ECAs on three separate financings of one of the world’s largest offshore windfarms. The scale of the transactions were significant, involving an exceptionally high volume of documentation and conditions precedent. Managing the approvals processes for 29 lenders, alone was a significant challenge.
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