The 2011 Supreme Court decision in AT&T Mobility v. Concepcion last year has potentially changed the legal landscape in a number of areas including class actions and arbitration agreements between consumers and businesses. Renowned U.S. Legal Scholars will convene for the U.S. Arbitration Law in the Wake of AT&T Mobility v. Concepcion.
Sponsored by the Penn State University Yearbook on Arbitration and Mediation, the symposium features an agenda with four panels of arbitration experts who will cover:
There will be ample time for discussion. Please join us.
- The impact of AT&T Mobility on federalism interests
- The consequences of AT&T Mobility on procedure in multi-party litigation
- Procedural fairness after AT&T Mobility
- The likely legacy of AT&T Mobility
This symposium will feature the following high profile arbitration experts:
Dean John D. Feerick, Fordham Law School; Arthur W. Rovine, Fordham Law School; Richard Bales, Northern Kentucky School of Law; Richard Reuben, Missouri School of Law; Chris Drahozal, Kansas University School of Law; Jill Gross, Pace School of Law; Hiro Aragaki, Loyola School of Law; Steve Bennett, Jones Day (New York, NY); Sandra Partridge, American Arbitration Association; Terry F. Moritz, Goldberg Kohn (Chicago, IL); Michael Helfand, Pepperdine School of Law