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Jonathan Sablone Discusses the Moral Case for Litigation Finance

November 16, 2022, Chicago, IL –

The litigation finance industry has seen its share of negative press over the past decade as the industry expanded and the asset class became coveted by institutional investors. The negative narratives typically follow the same tired script, namely that “frivolous” litigation is being promoted by unnamed “hedge funds” looking to make a quick payout through legalised “extortion”. Not surprisingly, such hyperbole is driven by corporate interests that fear they have something to lose as litigation funders provide an underserved population with access to capital. Read more about the moral case for litigation finance here:
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