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Despite the recent rejection by the ABA of attempts to weaken the limitations on the sharing of fees with non-lawyers, pressure to allow laypersons to invest in lawsuits remains. This article looks at one argument against lay investment in litigation, which is that laypersons should not be able to control how litigation is conducted.
Legal Ethics, Litigation
Anthony J. Sebok,
What Do We Talk About When We Talk About Control,
Fordham Law Review
Available at: https://larc.cardozo.yu.edu/faculty-articles/393