Shock end to James Hardie class action lawsuit prompts calls for controls over litigation lenders

A homeowner left shocked by the settlement which ended the $220 million​ James Hardie leaky building class action lawsuit says a law change is needed to prevent litigation funders from pulling their funding mid-trial, though Phil Newland of LPF warns that regulating contract terms, or funder conduct, risks making litigation funding more expensive or harder to get. More from

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