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Third Party Litigation Funding and Issues It Creates in Bankruptcy Cases: This Ain’t Your Father’s Contingency Fee Arrangement!


Level: Advanced
Runtime: 78 minutes
Recorded Date: September 08, 2017
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Agenda

  • Setting the Stage
  • Pre-Bankruptcy TPLF
  • Post-Bankruptcy TPLF
  • Historical Context
  • Special Issues
Runtime: 1 hour and 18 minutes
Recorded: September 8, 2017

Description

The panel will discuss myriad issues (including ethical issues) that have arisen, and will likely arise in the future, as the current trend of third-party litigation funding begins to be a more common funding vehicle in bankruptcy cases.

This program was recorded on September 8th, 2017.

Provided By

American Bankruptcy Institute

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