While litigation funding is seen by many as a vehicle for widening access to justice and changing the balance of power in favour of consumers and plaintiffs who lack the capital to seek legal redress, there are institutions who view it as a nefarious influence on the legal system. The U.S. Chamber of Commerce has recently reemphasised its opposition to third-party funding, with the release of a report questioning the national security risks of litigation finance.
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