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Challenges Presented by Litigation Funding

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Challenges Presented by Litigation Funding
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District courts and parties continue to grapple with issues relating to litigation funding and the funders themselves. This panel discusses some of the more prominent challenges including disclosure requirements (e.g., Delaware), how to get a funded litigant to settle, and patent aggregation by funded entities.

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  • TX, CA, PA
  • TX MCLE credit expires: 1/31/2025

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1. Challenges Presented by Litigation Funding (Jan 2024)

Kevin Kudlac, Michelle Eber

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Challenges Presented by Litigation Funding (Jan 2024)

District courts and parties continue to grapple with issues relating to litigation funding and the funders themselves. This panel discusses some of the more prominent challenges including disclosure requirements (e.g., Delaware), how to get a funded litigant to settle, and patent aggregation by funded entities.

Originally presented: Nov 2023 Advanced Patent Law Institute

Kevin Kudlac, Radulescu LLP - Austin, TX
Michelle Eber, West U Capital - Houston, TX