ABA Section of Antitrust Law - State Enforcement Committee Newsletter

Authors: Colin E. Wrabley James C. Martin M. Patrick Yingling

This article explores several topical issues surrounding states’ use of contingency fee agreements with private counsel to help prosecute parens patriae suits. It specifically examines measures that have been taken to regulate these partnerships and explains why parens patriae lawsuits will continue to be litigated using private lawyers under contingency fee agreements.

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