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Is Litigation Financing “The New Black”?

The New Black? Litigation financing is one of the most important recent developments in the global claims arena. There is a very simple reason why it has become an increasingly important phenomenon, and that is because it is so highly … Continue reading

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  SEC Alleges Financial Visions, Colorado-Based Funeral Financing Business, Operated as Ponzi Scheme

The Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) has filed a fraud lawsuit in federal court in Colorado against a group of companies known as “Financial Visions” and their principal, Daniel B. Rudden (“Rudden”), who allegedly bilked at least 150 investors in … Continue reading

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Woman Who Leased Pet Thought She Was Financing

You might have a leased pet and not even know it. Check your paperwork. Better yet, next time consider adopting a pet and giving your pet a forever home. “New York could become the third state to ban animal rentals … Continue reading

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Professor Nimmer on Revised Article 9 and IP Financing

Professor Raymond T. Nimmer of the University of Houston Law Center, a leader in intellectual property law in the United States, sadly passed away in January of 2018.  Before passing, he authored, “Revised Article 9 and Intellectual Property Asset Financing.”  … Continue reading

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Stanford's Weissman Lauds California Stem Cell Agency For Innovation, Critical Financing

The California stem cell agency has chalked up hearty praise from an internationally known Stanford researcher for its 13-year, $3-billion search for stem cell therapies and cures.Irv Weissman, Stanford photoThe scientist is Irv Weissman, director of the Institute of Stem … Continue reading

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