HULK IN DKB BUNDESLIGA: MT Melsungen sign Nebojsa Simic!

first_imgLeave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.Comment Name Email Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Andre Gomes to join MT Melsungen? Click to comment HSG Wetzlar win first friendly match against MT Melsungen IFK Kristianstad (SWE), 2015 – 2017 ShareTweetShareShareEmail RK Mornar (MNE), 2008 – 2010 HK Malmö (SWE), 2013 – 2015 MT Melsungen (GER), from 2017/18 Related Items:MT Melsungen, Nebojsa Simic ShareTweetShareShareEmailCommentsMontenegrian goalkeeper with suggestive nickname “HULK”, Nebojsa Simic, is the new signing of the German MT Melsungen for the upcoming season! The 23-years old goalkeeper will join DKB Bundesliga team after a few years in Sweden, where he made his “name”, especially in the last two season with IFK Kristianstad at VELUX EHF Champions League.Simic is also a member of the Montenegrian national team, but he wasn’t a choice of former coach Ljubomir Obradovic.He will join the 30-years old Johan Sjostrand, who extended contract until 2020.Simic’s career:RK Sedmerac 2004-2008 CORONA VIRUS TREAT: MT Melsungen forbid autographs and group photos H43 Lund (SWE), 2012 – 2013 RK Lovcen (MNE), 2010 – 2012 Recommended for youlast_img read more

Teekay Offshore Partners to acquire ALP Maritime Services

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Fieldfisher takes on litigation funders with DBA insurance

first_imgInternational firm Fieldfisher has challenged litigation funders with a ‘more competitive’ insurance policy for damages-based agreements.Having introduced a litigation funding service for commercial claims last year, the firm has announced a DBA insurance policy that will guarantee a proportion of the firm’s unbilled work in progress and disbursements at the end of the case. Fieldfisher said the product is the ‘first of its kind’ as it covers a portfolio of cases directly funded by the firm.The City practice moved into the litigation funding market in 2019 with FeeSolve, a package of alternative funding arrangements including DBAs. Such agreements have proved largely unpopular with the profession because of the risk involved. Tony Lewis, dispute resolution partner and head of FeeSolve at Fieldfisher, said: ‘This product is a real challenge to funders in the market and incredibly timely. In the new Covid 19 world, businesses more than ever are looking at how they can manage costs. We are providing certainty of cost for clients and showing that we have skin in the game, without the need for funders. We are taking the risk and costs off of businesses bottom line. Why should clients share a hefty portion of their winnings with funders when they can work directly with us on a more competitive basis?’The firm said it has restructured internally to provide ‘unbiased and independent assessment’ about the chance of winning and likely costs of completing the case. It has triaged around 20 cases so far.last_img read more