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Third-Party Litigation Financing: Overview
Third-party litigation financing (TPLF) refers to the practice of contracting as a litigant to obtain financial assistance from third-party funders in exchange for an interest in the potential recovery. There have been a number of recent developments in litigation financing, and this area continues to evolve as the use of third-party investors to finance lawsuits becomes more common. This webpage provides publications and other resources that may be helpful to judges when encountering TPLF-related issues.