The American Bar Association’s House of Delegates overwhelmingly voted to approve a new set of best practices for litigation funding arrangements Monday, updating their guidance on the increasingly popular tool for the first time since 2012.

The report, which outlines a list of issues lawyers should consider before entering into agreements with outside funders, cleared the body by a vote of 366 to 10.

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