Emily Madoff, a member of Wolf Popper, writes about the gaining traction of Third-Party Litigation Funding (TPLF). Such funding is repaid by a litigant borrower only in the event there is a favorable
...of states have issued ethics opinions on the topic of attorneys...Websites The first formal ethics opinion addressing the use...
New York Law Journal
...which the OIN has refused to pay property tax. In our previous opinion, Oneida Indian Nation of N.Y. v. Madison County, 605 F.3d...
In their Trial Practice column, Robert S. Kelner and Gail S. Kelner of Kelner & Kelner discuss how alternative litigation funding may permit an indigent person to pursue true justice, and how the cou
...Ethics Opinion 2011-2, "...
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