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  • Description
    Litigation funding, also known as legal funding, provides much needed assistance to accident victims. And yet, critics of the practice claim that it raises extensive ethical issues, and directly impacts the attorney client relationship and issues of privilege. This CLE course will explain litigation funding specifically as it applies to personal injury attorneys and their clients. The course will review the merits of assisting clients, analyze the secondary market that such funding creates, and the responsibilities the attorney assumes in helping clients to obtain funding. While the course discusses these issues with reference to New York ethics laws, the ethical issues are applicable throughout the US.
  • Instructor Bio

    Jeffrey Rubin

    Jeffrey A. Rubin is the principal at Jeffrey A. Rubin & Associates, PC located in Downtown Manhattan. Mr. Rubin's firm specializes in personal injury cases and immigration cases. Mr. Rubin personally tries most of his cases and he has appeared in every related courthouse in the metropolitan area. The range of cases that Mr. Rubin's firm handles includes, car accidents, trip/slip and falls, Labor Law and, insurance defense as well as, green cards, citizenship and deportations.

    Mr. Rubin is a 1989 graduate of The Benjamin Cardozo School of Law and served for several years as an Assistant District Attorney in Bronx County, New York. He has also worked at an insurance defense law firm for several years and at a law firm that represent individuals suing workplace related complaints. Mr. Rubin is admitted to the bar in New York, New Jersey, the United States District Court-Eastern, Southern and New Jersey Districts. Mr. Rubin is also admitted to the Second Circuit of the United States Court of Appeal as well as admitted and qualified to appear before the United States Supreme Court.

    From time to time you can hear Mr. Rubin on 93.5 F.M. Link Up Radio as well as Haitian Radio stations, Lakay and Tropicale.

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