Amid a push by litigation funding opponents for greater transparency in the industry, a new industry study has found that federal and state court judges have overwhelmingly blocked attempts by litigants to peer into their opponents’ legal financing arrangements.

The case law analysis by Tennessee-based litigation funding broker Westfleet Advisors identified 30 cases across the United States in which a party sought to force disclosure of the other sides’ litigation financing documents.

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