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A primer for litigation counsel regarding the organizing of loan workout and cybersecurity professionals: substantive expertise versus a new perspective and freedom from the past

Counsel are regularly and appropriately warned against actual and apparent conflicts of interest. This often means that experience with a matter must be abandoned when a “fresh set of eyes” owned by a previously uninvolved lawyer or law firm replaces counsel who was involved in a particular contract or litigation …

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On the move at Dentons, Great Wolf Lodge, CIVANA, Dove Mountain

  Dentons lands nine-lawyer powerhouse litigation and white collar team Dentons, the world’s largest law firm, today named four partners, two counsel and three associates to its Phoenix office as members of its Litigation and White Collar practices.  Karl Tilleman, Paul Charlton, Erin Bradham and Quintin Cushner join Dentons as …

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City Council: Sewage Lawsuit, Port Report & Controversial Tree

This week’s City Council meeting had a packed agenda with some touching presentations for service and philanthropy, comprehensive reports on the Port of San Diego and legislative advocacy, and some more controversial issues like trees and sewage lawsuits. There were also updates on the mid-year budget, legislative policy guidelines, loan …

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Legal Funding: A Cash Flow Solution For Plaintiffs And Attorneys

Legal funding is a relatively new financing option for plaintiffs involved in lawsuits as well as the attorneys representing them on a contingency fee basis. There are many different terms used interchangeably for legal funding, including third-party financing, litigation funding, lawsuit settlement funding, presettlement financing, post-settlement funding, lawsuit loans and …

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