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August 17, 2017

In the News Today – August 17, 2017

UK Litigation Funder Woodsford Puts $20M Toward Lewis Baach: Litigation funding firm Woodsford Litigation Funding, which opened its first U.S. office less than a month ago, announced a $20 million investment deal with Lewis Baach Kaufmann Middlemiss. A joint statement said that the agreement allows Lewis Baach to use the funds in any jurisdiction. (The American Lawyer)

Takata Ch. 11 Judge Halts All Non-MDL Airbag Lawsuits:  A Delaware bankruptcy judge ordered a 90-day freeze on hundreds on lawsuits against Takata over defective airbags. The stay is intended to allow the company to focus on its global restructuring. (Law360)

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