A federal rules advisory panel plans to look into rules changes concerning disclosure of third-party financing of litigation—a move praised by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce—but the breadth of that probe could be limited.

The Chamber’s Institute for Legal Reform and more than two dozen other business groups submitted a proposal in June that would amend Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 26 to require disclosure of all compensation agreements that are “contingent on, and sourced from, any proceeds of the civil action, by settlement, judgment or otherwise.”

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