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Jason Lien Co-Authors Article on Third-Party Litigation Finance for Minnesota Lawyer

June 11, 2020

Jason Lien, Partner in Maslon's Litigation Group, co-authored an article for the Digital Edition of Minnesota Lawyer, titled "Court Green-Lights Third Party Litigation Finance." The article explores third-party litigation finance and the Minnesota Supreme Court's recent decision in Maslowski v. Prospect Funding Partners, LLC that now authorizes its use in Minnesota.

Jason focuses his litigation practice on representing clients from the construction, real estate, financial services, food, and railroad industries. He regularly appears in federal and state court on behalf of design-build firms, general contractors, architects, engineers, specialty contractors, property management companies, real estate owners, and lenders. A portion of Jason's practice also involves representing a major U.S. railroad in disputes throughout Minnesota and North Dakota.

To read the full article, go to: Minnesota Lawyer – "Court Green-Lights Third-Party Litigation Finance." (Subscription required.)


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