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EPISODE 9: Are US-Style Class Actions Coming to the UK?

For the past few years, plaintiffs’ lawyers and litigation funders have set their sights on bringing the worst parts of the US lawsuit system to countries like Australia, Korea, the EU, and the…

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Blog Landmark Bill Would Pull Back Curtain on Secretive Lawsuit Funding Deals Lawsuit Lending, Third Party Litigation Funding (TPLF) Blog ILR Asks Federal Communications Commission to Define Automated Telephone Dialing System Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) Blog Wisconsin Forward: State Enacts Groundbreaking Litigation Funding Transparency Law Blog The EU Commission Should Follow Its Own Advice on Collective Redress International Initiatives Blog U.S. Chamber Praises Senate Introduction of PROTECT Asbestos Victims Act Asbestos Blog "Judges Not Eating Up Class-Action Food Lawsuits" Medical Liability, State Attorneys General Blog In the News Today - March 7, 2018 Blog In the News Today - February 28, 2018 Blog In the News Today - February 20, 2018 Asbestos Blog DOJ Says it Will Intervene in More Egregious Class Action Settlements Over-Enforcement Blog In the News Today - February 16, 2018 Blog In the News Today - February 7, 2018 Blog In the News Today - February 5, 2018 Over-Enforcement Blog West Virginia State Senators Introduce Bill to Create Intermediate Appeals Court Asbestos
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