Earlier this week, I received my first inquiry on the ethics of crowdfunding litigation. It reminded me of a blog I posted in January 2016.
The post is HERE and it’s on, you guessed it, the ethics of crowdfunding litigation. Given the inquiry, I thought I’d revisit the post.
I’m aware that January 2016 isn’t much of a “throwback.” But that’s okay. At GW Law, I was the quarterback on O.P.P., the first law school team to win the “grad school” division of GW’s IM flag football league. We advanced to the Final Four where we were utterly smoked in the semis by the team that won the “staff” division. In any event, back then I wasn’t known for throwing deep; pinpoint accuracy was my thing. So, a throwback of a mere 14 months might not be much of a throw, but the topic is relevant. So, I consider it the equivalent of an 11-yard out that keeps the chains moving.