In today’s episode we have litigation funding chickens coming home to roost, more bad news for JPMorgan, the Supreme Court wants more money for protection and Column Tuesday on a Friday, where I try to push traffic to my Bloomberg Tax column like I’m former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie … and the column is … a bridge?
Sysco sues litigation funder Burford, blasts Boies Schiller over $140 million soured deal - https://www.reuters.com/legal/legalindustry/sysco-sues-litigation-funder-burford-blasts-boies-schiller-over-140-million-2023-03-09/
JPMorgan must hand over CEO Dimon’s records in Jeffrey Epstein lawsuit - https://www.reuters.com/legal/jpmorgan-must-hand-over-ceo-dimons-records-jeffrey-epstein-lawsuit-2023-03-09/
U.S. Supreme Court seeks funding boost to protect the justices - https://www.reuters.com/world/us/us-supreme-court-seeks-funding-boost-protect-justices-2023-03-09/
Biden’s High-Earners Tax to Save Medicare Is DOA With the Public - https://news.bloombergtax.com/tax-insights-and-commentary/bidens-high-earners-tax-to-save-medicare-is-doa-with-the-public
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