The Ethical Dilemmas of Litigation Financing
Litigation financing is a relatively new means for plaintiffs to fund litigation. Outside investors fund high-exposure personal injury or class action lawsuits in exchange for a cut of the eventual return, if any, raising a host of ethical issues. These issues will be discussed by Michele DeStefano and Anthony J. Sebok in, When Outsiders Invest in Lawsuits: An Ethical Debate on This Growing Trend in Litigation, at the DRI Professional Liability Seminar on December 6-7, 2012, at the Sheraton New York Hotel, New York, New York. Register today to participate in the discussion on alternative litigation financing and other emerging topics.
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