As Litigation Finance gains widespread acceptance, ethical concerns occasionally arise. As the industry seeks to assuage concerns without damaging the practice of third-party funding, professional groups stand ready to advocate. However it’s worth noting that involving lawyers in the funding process can generate perceived ethical issues.

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