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Litigation Funding Slides Downmarket

Featured Expert Contributor, Litigation Strategies

Joe G. Hollingsworth, Partner, Hollingsworth LLP, with Donald R. McMinn, a Partner with the firm.

Through their investments in a lawyer’s case(s), litigation funders have fomented economically shaky litigation while making that litigation’s resolution more difficult by disguising the settlement decision maker.  957 more words

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New NY Commercial Division E-Discovery Rule Encourages Use of Technology-Assisted Review

Elizabeth M. Sacksteder

Ross M. Gotler

Guest Commentary

By Elizabeth M. Sacksteder and Ross M. Gotler, Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP. Ms. Sacksteder is a Partner with the firm and a member of the Commercial Division Advisory Council. 1,569 more words

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WLF Supreme Court Preview Briefing Delves into Cases and Petitions Affecting Free Enterprise

Our October Term 2018 preview aired live at 12:30 on September 18. Thomas Goldstein of Goldstein & Russell, P.C. moderated a panel that featured Professor John Yoo… 114 more words

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Courts Reject Buyers' Remorse and Wasted Time as Redressable Class-Wide Injuries

We return once again (click here for past posts) to the seemingly banal legal doctrine of standing to sue—a subject that few, if any, likely contemplated when celebrating Constitution Day this week. 1,031 more words

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New Jersey: Now the Product-Liability Defendant's Playground?

Featured Expert Contributor, Litigation Strategies

By Joe G. Hollingsworth, Partner, Hollingsworth LLP, with Robert E. Johnston, Partner, Hollingsworth LLP.

Atlantic City, New Jersey—often called A.C. 1,120 more words

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Judge's Deference to FDA's Interpretation of "Added Sugar" Regulation Secures Win for Food-Labeling Suit Defendant

When judges defer to an administrative agency’s interpretation of its own rule, targets of government regulation normally lose out. Private enterprises and organizations like Washington Legal Foundation… 574 more words

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