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Third Party Litigation Funding “from Taboo to Transparency”

A recent article by Yves Faguy in the Canadian Bar Association’s magazine highlights the need for transparency in the litigation funding industry. The article shows the growth of the industry and the increasing prominence of litigation funding on a global stage citing the use of funding in major cases in the UK, Germany, and US.

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A European Crossroads for Collective Actions

By Lisa A. Rickard, President, U.S. Chamber Institute for Legal Reform
A new study by the U.S. Chamber Institute for Legal Reform (ILR) has found that collective actions—a legal mechanism that pools claimants to litigate for injunctive relief and/or compensation—are a growing business in Europe. ILR’s study, which analyzes collective redress developments in ten EU Member States, shows that claimants are using a surprising number of recently introduced collective redress systems, with the value and volume of claims being filed on the rise.

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