Recent discussion around the risks of litigation funding have highlighted the potential threat of foreign actors using third-party funding of lawsuits to harm U.S. national security. This claim, which was put forward in a report by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Institute for Legal Reform, a prominent industry antagonist, has now found support among state officials, as a group of 14 state attorneys general have called for action from the federal government to review this alleged threat.
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