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Understanding the litigation finance ecosystem

Civil litigators must know what products exist, how agreements are structured, and risks and pitfalls

Matthew Diskin

There is no question that litigation finance is now part of the legal landscape in Canada. The Supreme Court of Canada recently gave it an implicit (if not explicit) blessing in the 9354-9186 Québec Inc. v. Callidus Capital Corp., 2020 SCC 10 case.

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