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June 8, 2017

In the News Today – June 8, 2017

Litigation Funders Growing Threat to UK Justice System: In a recent opinion piece, Lord Faulks urges the government of the United Kingdom to “consider a growing and almost unregulated phenomenon that is in danger or undermining the integrity” of the legal system. That phenomenon, third party litigation funding, needs “meaningful, enforceable sanctions” and Lord Faulks urges the government to “not lose sight of the public policy considerations which outlaws maintenance and champerty” as relates to third party funding. (The Times

Florida Federal Court District To See Its 4th Bench Vacancy: U.S. District Judge Joan Lenard will take senior status on July 1, creating a fourth vacancy on the already short-staffed bench of the Southern District of Florida. Judge Lenard was nominated to the federal bench in 1995 by President Bill Clinton. (Law360)

 

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