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Canadian Court Concludes That Litigation Financing Is a Private Matter

In a recent post, we discussed a Canadian case in which a plaintiff class and its litigation funder sought court approval for a particular kind of financing agreement that would fund attorneys’ fees and litigation expenses during the pendency of…
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A Canadian Innovation in Class Action Funding

One of the principal benefits of litigation funding is it facilitates a more just and efficient allocation of the risk associated with lawsuits.  In return for a share of the recovery in a case, a deep-pocketed investor can assume some…
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