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The Recorder covers Burford’s response to ILR’s latest calls for legal finance disclosure

In coverage of Burford’s and other funders’ joint letter to the Advisory Committee on Rules of Practice and Procedure—which came in response to an earlier letter sent to the Committee from the US Chamber Institute for Legal Reform (ILR)—The Recorder points to a quote from Burford’s letter: “The [ILR’s] call for blanket forced disclosure under Rule 26 flies in the face of… bedrock relevance principles, and thus, should be viewed with great skepticism by the Advisory Committee.” The coverage goes on to note: “The courts… already have the ability to probe funding arrangements when parties have shown that they are relevant to the underlying dispute.”

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