Joshua H. Grabar’s article, “Municipal Revenue and Social Justice Generator for Local Govs,” is published by Engaging Local Government Leaders (ELGL)

In an increasingly demanding financial environment, it is paramount that municipal and educational institutional entities have an affirmative platform that proactively identifies and monitors class action litigation and settlement fund recovery opportunities. While the financial and time constraints incumbent upon most legal departments invariably force those departments to focus on their core functions – managing risk, defending against litigation, and putting out the daily fires that come with departmental responsibilities, a proactive monitoring and recovery platform can turn legal departments from costs centers to revenue generators – revenue that is often tax-free.

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