New York Court of Appeals Rejects Litigation Agreement Discovery

Gunnar Larson g at
Thu May 5 14:18:11 PDT 2022

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New York Court of Appeals Rejects Litigation Agreement Discovery

In what might be the first time in the history of New York State published
law, a New York Appeals Court has rejected relevance associated with
discoverability of litigation funding agreements in Worldview Entertainment
Holdings v. Woodrow. The five justice panel refused the necessity of
probing the plaintiffs financial background on grounds that the assessment
has no material association with the nature of pure discovery.

Validity Finance profiles
into the decision. According to Validity, the court described the
defendant’s litigation agreement discovery motion as “palpably improper.”

New York’s Court of Appeals requires certain standards to be met to
entertain and approve such discovery requests. In this instance, the
court’s decision of non-approval was brief, according to Validity’s
assessment of the concern.

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