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December 23, 2016

In the News Today – December 23, 2016

  • Obama DOJ Says Panel “Improperly Assessed” CFPB Leadership: Obama administration lawyers urged a Washington federal appeals court to revisit a dispute over the structure of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), arguing that a panel of judges improperly assessed the extent to which the agency leadership intrudes on presidential power. President-elect Donald Trump’s Justice Department could reverse course, refusing to defend the Obama administration’s position. (The National Law Journal)
  • Northern California Considering TPLF Disclosure Amendment: The U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California has proposed a rule that would require parties in civil cases to disclose if they are receiving third-party funding. “Knowing who is potentially influencing the course of litigation and potentially the settlement is something other parties and judges could find useful in litigating a case,” said Ronni Fuchs, a partner with Pepper Hamilton. (Legal Newsline
Delaware General Assembly Blog Delaware Wants to Take a Closer Look at the TPLF Industry   Third Party Litigation Funding (TPLF) Blog European Parliament Legal Affairs Committee Adopts TPLF Legislative Initiative Report International Initiatives, Third Party Litigation Funding (TPLF) Welcome to Delaware Sign Blog Another Federal Court Now Requires Disclosure of Third Party Litigation Funding Third Party Litigation Funding (TPLF) litigation funders, beach scene Blog Sun, Sea, but no Sand(box) for Florida Lawsuit Investors Lawsuit Lending, Third Party Litigation Funding (TPLF) Blog Third Party Litigation Funding: Buying Trouble Across the Globe International Initiatives, Third Party Litigation Funding (TPLF)

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