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Ex-NFL Player with ALS is Sacked for $1.25 Million Loss in Funder Concussion Deal Dispute

William White endures Thrivest Shakedown due to Judge Brody error

While the issues surrounding dementia claim difficulties continue to be shrouded in mystery, settlement funder issues in the NFL Concussion Settlement have presented a more visible face, and the face at the center of the drama is that of William White.

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Funder Seeks Mandamus Compelling District Court to Obey Appellate Mandate

NFL Concussion Settlement Judge Anita Brody Thrivest

The issue of settlement funding and claim advances in regard to the NFL Concussion Settlement continues to become more and more bizarre. On September 19, Thrivest Specialty Funding petitioned the Third Circuit Court of Appeals for a writ of mandamus, asking the appellate court to enforce their mandate.

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Funder Wants to Know Why Concussion Settlement Isn’t in Compliance with 3rd Circuit Mandate

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Funder asks NFL Concussion Settlement Court to Comply with Third Circuit Mandate

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On Friday Thrivest Specialty Funding filed a letter to Judge Brody inquiring as to why the Claim Administrator isn’t in compliance with a Third Circuit mandate.

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Third Circuit Opinion Mostly Vacates Settlement Funding Prohibition

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On Friday the Third Circuit Court of Appeals delivered a precedential ruling regarding a district courts authority over third-party settlement funders.   As a result of the ruling, many NFL settlement class members will once again find themselves on the hook for advances on their settlement awards.

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