Arbitration Case Law - Annual Update Webinar
1 PM GMT
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Back by popular demand, a panel of experts will take a fresh look at the most important arbitration issues and decisions over the past year. Among other topics:
- United States Supreme Court rulings on arbitration including Direct TV v. Imburgia and Campbell-Ewald v. Gomez—plus a preview the Court’s upcoming term.
- Notable state court and lower federal court decisions.
- Updates on class action arbitrations, FINRA, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, the Arbitration Fairness Act, and the notorious “deflategate.”
You’ll get the benefit of insights and perspectives from Prof. Ronald G. Aronovksy (Southwestern Law School); Prof. Kristen Blankley (Nebraska College of Law); James R. Madison (a practicing arbitrator with more than 35 years of experience); and Prof. Maureen A. Weston (Pepperdine School of Law).
It’s an easy way for arbitration professionals to stay up-to-date and in-the-loop!
September 26, 2016
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