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April 19, 2016

In the News Today – April 19, 2016

  • AGC of Missouri Backs “Daubert Standard” Bill: ”As the ‘Show Me State’, Missouri hasn’t kept pace with the rest of the nation in adopting the rule of evidence that’s applied in the Federal courts and in most states courts in our nation, creating a somewhat unpredictable legal environment,” wrote Associate General Contractors of Missouri’s Daniel Hasty in an email to legislators backing a bill (SB 591) to adopt the “Daubert Standard.” (TI News Daily)
  • ILR Releases Paper on Third Party Litigation Financing: ILR released a paper this week, “Before the Flood: An Outline of Oversight Options for Third Party Litigation Funding (TPLF) in England & Wales.” Part I of the paper explores some of the overarching themes and issues regarding TPLF and why meaningful oversight is desirable and could be achieved. Part II considers some specific ethical and practical issues related to the use of TPLF in litigation. (ILR Web Site)
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