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Class Action Arbitrations: The Challenge for the Business Community

11 January 2008
Mayer Brown Newsletter
2008 - Until relatively recently, the concept of a class action in an arbitration would have seemed bizarre, especially in an arbitration authorized by a standard commercial contract. Even more bizarre would have been a class action procedure imposed on a party to the arbitration agreement who had not explicitly authorized the arbitrator to determine the rights of absent parties.
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