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September 22, 2016

The ILR Research Review – Fall 2016

The ILR Research Review offers valuable insights from our preeminent experts and specialists on key topics addressed in ILR’s latest research reports.

In this issue, ILR discusses our recent over-criminalization symposium, The Enforcement Maze, and two collateral pieces of research: the first regarding the Department of Justice’s Yates Memo and its impact on business compliance, and the second on recent examples of over-enforcement abuses. Other highlighted research includes an analysis of the Garlock asbestos database and inconsistent and fraudulent claims made by plaintiffs to asbestos trusts, and the current landscape of third party litigation funding (TPLF) in the UK.

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