In a Managing Intellectual Property article, IP litigation partner Matt Rizzolo examines a standing order by chief judge Colm Connolly at the District Court for the District of Delaware for parties using third-party litigation financing to file disclosure statements and how this information can help shape settlement and discovery strategies.
Matt explains that defendants usually seek access to material related to lawsuit investments and plaintiffs often don’t want to disclose the information. The standing order reduces the issue.
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