• Corpus ID: 55105523

Crowdfunded Justice: On the Potencial Benefits and Challenges of Crowdfundings as a Litigation Financing Tool

@article{Gmez2015CrowdfundedJO,
  title={Crowdfunded Justice: On the Potencial Benefits and Challenges of Crowdfundings as a Litigation Financing Tool},
  author={Manuel A. G{\'o}mez},
  journal={Banking \& Insurance eJournal},
  year={2015}
}
  • Manuel A. Gómez
  • Published 4 December 2015
  • Business, Law
  • Banking & Insurance eJournal
This Article describes the blossoming CLF sector by placing it in the context of the fast-growing crowdfunding industry and the alternative litigation finance industry. Part I first explains the basic structure, variations in the types of crowdfunding financing, and the overall impact of crowdfunding, after which this Article turns to highlight the most important issues that arise in the context of alternative litigation finance in Part II. Subsequently, in Part III, the Article explains the… 

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