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Thursday, January 28, 2016


Scott Michelman

After I wrote this post, the folks at Mighty got in touch with me and asked me to change the characterization of these "loans" to "investments." It's hard to know quite what to call them; they have some characteristics of a loan (for instance, an interest rate), but the money need not be repaid if the plaintiff loses the case.

In fairness, I think interested readers should check out Mighty's perspective on the service they offer:

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