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Ethical Issues Associated with Paying for Litigation

Lawyers’ ethical duties don’t just inform how they do their jobs – they also dictate how they get paid. Join our panel for a discussion of ethical issues arising out of legal fee arrangements, from basic requirements of reasonableness to ongoing and developing law concerning third party litigation finance in multimillion dollar cases.

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John C. Martin

John C. Martin is a partner at Sugar, Felsenthal, Grais & Helsinger LLP.  John's  law practice is devoted to providing representation and counsel in complex business disputes, including contractual, fiduciary,… Read More


Dai Wai Chin Feman
Dai Wai Chin Feman

Dai Wai is responsible for the development and execution of Parabellum's commercial litigation investment strategies. Prior to joining Parabellum, Dai Wai was a litigation partner at Dorsey & Whitney LLP,… Read More

Gregory R. Hanthorn
Gregory R. Hanthorn

For more than 30 years, Greg Hanthorn has successfully tried disputes ranging from multimonth jury and bench trials to "no discovery" arbitrations. Greg has extensive experience in the alphabet soup… Read More

Ken Epstein
Ken Epstein

Ken Epstein is an investment manager and legal counsel at Bentham IMF, responsible for leading the company’s investments in bankruptcy and insolvency-related matters. He serves as a resource for debtors,… Read More

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