We have been looking into the ramifications of legal lending (article posted in the The New York Times). It would seem a significant issue, for example, is to what extent do the private lenders retain the ability to make decisions in lawsuits which are only for the “client”? Can the lender preclude the “client” from…

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During the contentious debate on what is known as the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, one of the proposals to lower the costs of medications and health care was to allow Americans to purchase prescription medications from pharmacies outside the USA. However, under intense pressure from the pharmaceutical industry, the proposal to allow the…

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