Regulations and Trends
The court decisions, laws, and advisory opinions shaping litigation funding
Regulations & Trends — Article
What Litigation Funding Disclosure In Delaware May Look Like
A standing order issued by Delaware's chief federal judge requires litigants to disclose whether their cases are being financed by third parties. Cayse Llorens and Matthew Oxman examine the decision's effects.
How Litigation Funding Shifted in the Pandemic
LexShares' Cayse Llorens and Matthew Oxman examine key trends spurring growth and change in commercial litigation finance.
California’s Evolving Views on Disclosure of Litigation Funding
California is a bellwether for legal industry perceptions of litigation finance. The ongoing debate over disclosure in the Golden State is no exception.
3 Attorney Ethics Considerations For Litigation Funding
As litigation finance has become more prevalent, various attorney professional associations have produced written analysis of related ethical issues, including the obligations of counsel whose clients are seeking third-party funding.
LexShares Partners with Remote Legal to Enhance the Virtual Deposition Experience
Remote Legal is a technology-driven litigation support company that provides court reporting expertise alongside a videoconferencing platform for depositions, arbitrations, and other critical proceedings.
4 Trends That Should Define Litigation Finance in 2021
The litigation finance industry remains highly active. With an eye toward the future, LexShares' Jay Greenberg examines which trends could shape the market next year.
How COVID-19 Will Shape Litigation Funding: The Short-Term Effects
Finding itself in a position that was unthinkable just a few months ago, and with the disruption showing no signs of abating soon, the legal industry must now contend with a “new normal.”