Litigation Funding Still a Frontier 30 Years Later

, New Jersey Law Journal


Litigation funding is a seemingly growing business. It's also one that, since its emergence in the 1990s, has been controversial and remains largely unregulated.

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  • Dylan

    Great overview of the space and different viewpoints, David. If you or your audience are interested in seeing how deep the legal funding rabbit hole goes, I recommend checking out :)

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