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Friday, August 15, 2008
Insights and exertise on the various facets of litigation led investing.

A SQUARE :: 15Aug08 Webinar
Category Litigation Led Investing
Author Sona Blessing
  • Advantages and disadvantages of investing across different geographic regions


  • Protecting your investment


  • Strategic capital for law markets - capital flows into the claims investment marketplace
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