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  • What is the relationship between KWS Law Limited and KWS Litigation?
    KWS Litigation was founded as a trading style of KWS Law—a specialist litigation division that allows us to provide more choice, innovation and transparency.
  • Am I dealing with regulated entities?
    Yes! KWS Litigation is a solicitor’s firm regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA). Our insurance bond is issued through a broker regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).
  • Is my capital protected?
    Yes! Your capital is safeguarded through an insurance bond.
  • Can the investment exceed 12 months?
    If your investment extends 12 months, it will be calculated at a daily rate. This ensures you will receive the contracted percentage return until the claim's completion.
  • What happens if the claim is unsuccessful?
    In the event of an unsuccessful claim, KWS Litigation will liaise with the insurer and your invested capital will promptly be returned to you. However, there will be no additional return on your investment.
  • Will I receive regular updates?
    Yes! Regular updates will be provided whenever there are changes in each claim.
  • What happens if the financial institution or energy company goes bankrupt?
    Financial institutions and energy companies have implemented various instruments to protect claimants in such scenarios.
  • Are these claims supported by the High Courts?
    Yes! The parameters for these claims have been established by the High Courts and both the Claims Management Company and KWS Litigation meticulously adhere to them.
  • When will I receive my capital and returns on my investment?
    Your funds will be paid to you within 10 working days of KWS Litigation receiving payment from the settlement of the claim.

There are two distinct types of claims:



These claims are substantiated by a UK High Court Judicial Review. This declared the related contracts as unenforceable and stipulated the repayment of all funds including interest and disbursements. As a result, contracts must also be unwound.


Click To Read The Review >



OFGEM, the regulatory authority overseeing the UK energy industry has raised awareness based on their review findings. The evidence suggests a significant number of energy brokers or Third-Party Intermediaries (TPIs) recommended energy contracts with undisclosed or hidden commissions. 

Unfortunately, these suggested contracts were not in the best interests of the businesses involved. Despite being marketed as the most competitive prices available, in reality, many businesses ended up paying inflated prices. 

The resolution of these claims will follow a similar approach to the previously addressed PPI claims, utilising the principles of Plevin Law which had incredible levels of success.

Click To View The Judgement >



These claims will undergo scrutiny and evaluation through a thorough three-stage selection process. This process involves initially engaging a Claims Management Company, followed by a solicitor’s assessment and the preparation of an expert report, before ultimately undergoing a review by a Barrister. Leveraging over five decades of litigation funding experience ensures a comprehensive and well-informed claim evaluation process.



  • Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) regulated law firm (SRA number:830165). 

  • Neil Davis-Berkeley is the Founder and Managing Director.

  • Caroline June Kerswell is the Solicitor and Director regulated by the SRA.

  • Timothy Becker is the Barrister and Director regulated by the Bar Standards Board (BSB).

Click to View The Solicitors Regulation Authority Website >
Click to View The Bar Standards Board For Timothy Becker >



  • Operates within an SRA-compliant model backed by the current case law of England and Wales.

  • Offers 100% capital protection.

  • Issued through Amberis, a trading style of Parker Colby Insurance Brokers Ltd.

  • Parker Colby Insurance Brokers Ltd is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA: 300069). 

Click To View The Amberis Website >
Click To View Parker Colby Insurance Brokers Ltd On Companies House >
Click To View Parker Colby Insurance Brokers Ltd On The FCA Financial Services Register >


  • Investments are protected by an Insurance Bond and Professional Indemnity Insurance.

  • Insurance Bond issued through an FCA Regulated Broker.

  • Oversight by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA).

  • Professional indemnity insurance covers the cost of compensating clients for loss or damage resulting from negligent services or advice provided by a business or an individual.


Click To View The SRA Insurance Act 2015 Guidance > 
Click To View The FCA Professional Indemnity Insurance >

Canary Wharf London



75 King William Street, London. EC4N 7BE. 




Tel:  0203 6037591

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