Disclosing litigation funding arrangements: a debate worth having

Tets Ishikawa of LionFish Litigation Finance weighs in on the litigation funding disclosure debate, suggesting that with courts and tribunals increasingly showing they are not being swayed by the potential abuse of the disclosure process by defendants, perhaps it is an opportunity for the litigation funding industry to be proactive and initiate a standard disclosure template for courts and tribunals globally to address this battleground once and for all.

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Can law firms reinvent litigation funding?

A growing body of solicitors’ firms are setting up third-party funding arms. When law firms and funders get too chummy, however, conflicts can arise, with the interests of law firms and funders often very different, according to Tets Ishikawa of LionFish.

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