About This Course
Legal Funding is now one of the hottest topics when it comes to client, attorney and case financing. It seems like every state in the country is legislating and preparing guidelines to address this controversial form of lending. In this CLE lecture, Jeffrey Rubin, Esq. address the origins of legal funding and how various states are addressing the often boilerplate contracts, high interest and ethical conflicts. The lecture emphasizes New York State, Maine, Ohio and Minnesota but also delves into ways the federal government can address this industry with universal rules and regulations. This timely lecture is presented by Jeffrey Rubin. Mr. Rubin was a plaintiff's personal injury attorney for many years and now specializes in legal funding.