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Third party litigation funding in European collective redress

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Third party litigation funding in European collective redress

The US Chamber Institute for Legal Reform (ILR) has produced a research paper, “Unchartered Waters: An Analysis of Third Party Litigation Funding in European Collective Redress”, which details the spread of third party litigation funding (TPLF) in the EU and around the world, and breaks down how regulators in a number of countries are grappling with the challenge that the industry poses for the transparency and integrity of their civil justice systems.

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