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The Litigation Game

Litigation is a hard-fought conflict between opposing economic interests. But although the battle lines are clear enough, decision making is not so simple. With the potential for strategic interaction between legal opponents, litigation is also a complex puzzle with all the characteristics of a competitive game. The optimal decision or strategy for any plaintiff or defendant is not only a matter of individual opinion or unilateral action; legal adversaries push back and have an economic effect.

India Supreme Court Opens Door to Third Party Litigation Funding

In paragraph 35 out of 46 in its judgment that allowed foreign lawyers limited rights to fly-into India, the Indian Supreme Court has paved the way for Third Party Litigation Funding (TPLF)….

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