Litigation Finance has grown exponentially in recent years, with legislation trying to catch up. Opponents of the practice warn of frivolous litigation and usurious lending rates—owing to involvement from venture capitalists and other high-end investors. A recent New York Post editorial demanded increased oversight and new legislation governing the practice.

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