The Future of Arbitration and the World of Class Action Litigation - Podcast

Litigation Practice Group Podcast

March 21, 2012

Hiro Aragaki, Christopher Drahozal, Michael S. Greve, Peter B. Rutledge, Brian T. Fitzpatrick

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Running Time: 01:05:01

The Future of Arbitration and the World of Class Action LitigationAT&T v. Concepción is one of the most controversial Supreme Court decisions in many years. Most of the discussion to date has centered on its implications for the future of class action litigation. This panel, however, will examine its implications for the future of arbitration. In particular, our experts will examine the Court's interpretation of the preemptive force of the Federal Arbitration Act and what it means for other state attempts to regulate arbitration.

Featuring:

  • Prof. Hiro Aragaki, Loyola Law School Los Angeles
  • Professor Christopher R. Drahozal, The University of Kansas School of Law
  • Dr. Michael S. Greve, John G. Searle Scholar, American Enterprise Institute
  • Professor Peter B. "Bo" Rutledge, University of Georgia School of Law
  • Moderator: Professor Brian T. Fitzpatrick, Vanderbilt University Law School

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Related Links

AT&T Mobility LLC v. Concepción et ux. U.S. Supreme Court, 09-893, April 27, 2011 (PDF)
"Concepcion and the Arbitration Fairness Act," Prof. Christopher Drahozal, John M. Rounds Professor of Law and Associate Dean for Research & Faculty Development, the University of Kansas School of Law, SCOTUSblog, September 13, 2011
"Did the Supreme Court Just Kill the Class Action?", Professor Brian T. Fitzpatrick, Vanderbilt University Law School, Class Action Watch, September 2011 (PDF)