New Jersey now has a sweeping lit funding disclosure rule. Does it matter?

Law professors Anthony Sebok of the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law and Maya Steinitz of the Iowa College of Law both agree that it’s too early to tell whether the new disclosure requirements in New Jersey will lead to changes in litigation tactics in cases with outside funding, though Maya emphasises that the disclosure rules are very significant, as can be inferred from the passions of parties on both sides. Read more.

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Republican state AGs sound alarm over foreign litigation funding

In a letter addressed to US Attorney General Merrick Garland, a group of 14 Republican state attorneys general warned of what they called potential economic and national security threats posed by investments in US lawsuits by “foreign adversaries”, and asked the US Department of Justice to describe what the federal government has done to address concerns related to third-party litigation funding.

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