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February 8, 2017

In the News Today – February 8, 2017

U.K. Litigation Funders “Balloon” From £575 to £723 in One Year: According to London law firm RPC, the 20 biggest independent litigation funders in the U.K. ballooned from £575 million in 2015 to £723 million in the last year. The firm claims these entities increased litigation funding as they “gear up to fund more businesses pursuing legal dispute.” (Law360)

Plaintiffs’ Attorneys Organization, AAJ, Wants No Immunity for Makers of Self-Driving Cars: The American Association for Justice (AAJ) said yesterday that regulatory proposals governing the rollout of driverless vehicles should hold car manufacturers responsible for injuries caused by their products. AAJ argues that “as human error crashes fade away, leaving only crashes caused by design and manufacturing defect, liability may shift from personal injury to product liability.” (Law360

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