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Part 2 of this litigation funding series answers potential questions that an attorney would (or should!) ask before entering into a financing contract with a third party. This article offers a counterbalance to what may seem an easy answer to all of an underfunded plaintiff’s worries by raising several issues regarding grey areas, unanswered questions, and ethical pitfalls that may lay in wait...

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