by Structured Settlement Watchdog®
The structured settlement secondary market's response to fall out from the Access Funding Baltimore Blacksploitation disaster, is to employ the purported #1 news source for Southern MD, which supplies false justification for the industry's activities by intentionally misrepresenting Oregon tax lawyer Jeremy Babener's work as law student. Here's what TheBay.net says (BS is highlighted):
Jeremy Babener did not conduct a legal study. The statement Babener made in the paper STRUCTURED SETTLEMENTS AND SINGLE-CLAIMANT QUALIFIEDSETTLEMENT FUNDS: REGULATING INACCORDANCE WITH STRUCTUREDSETTLEMENT HISTORY clearly states that "the fact is that the factoring industry claims" this and a syou can clearly see below cites in his footnote a supra note 1999 hearing made in a written statement by a solitary lawyer from a solitary law firm on behalf of the National Association of Settlement Purchasers (in the lead up to the passage of The Federal law that gave rise to IRC 5891).
TheBay.Net also throws beleaguered non-NASP member Access Funding under the bus as if they are the only bad egg in the structured settlement secondary market, while providing a link to member company of NASP. What a "pita" bullshit!