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In recent times, there have been a number of important developments in the
law concerning class actions, including the Supreme Court's recent Wal-Mart
v. Dukes and AT&T v. Concepcion decisions . Litigators
dealing with class actions need to understand these latest developments, and how
courts are interpreting them and applying them to current cases.
Join our all-star panel who have been assembled to help the class
action litigator learn about these most recent developments. After the
program, attendees will be up to date on
the developments including intersection between class actions and
arbitration, what level of proof is required at the class certification stage,
conducting certification mini-trials, and the class action cases the Supreme
Court will be deciding this year.
I. Examining the Merits at Class Certification
Actions and Arbitration
III. Wal-Mart v. Dukes - Latest
IV. Supreme Court - Class Action Cases on the