Last Saturday marked the two-year anniversary of the Supreme Court’s decision in AT&T Mobility LLC v. Concepcion, a decision that has had an enormous impact on the world of class-action litigation. To date, Concepcion has been cited in over 650 decisions, and (for the most part) has been applied broadly to enforce agreements to arbitrate on an individual basis.
On Wednesday (May 1), my colleagues Andy Pincus and Evan Tager will join me in presenting a one-hour webinar on arbitration and class actions after Concepcion. The three of us represented AT&T before the Supreme Court in Concepcion, and have helped a number of businesses draft arbitration provisions and enforce them since Concepcion.
The webinar is open to clients of the firm and other members of the business community; we’d be delighted to have any such blog readers attend. For more information and/or to register, please see this web page.
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