New Jersey’s federal courts have adopted a rule amendment requiring lawyers to disclose details about litigation funding agreements.
The new rule says lawyers who get financial assistance from nonparties for legal fees and expenses must disclose the funder’s name and address, whether the funder’s approval is needed for litigation or settlement decisions, and what terms and conditions apply to such approvals.
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