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The Modern Era of Arbitration Law: Concepcion, Class Actions, and How to Beat It

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June 4, 2019


Consumer Attorneys of California




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Learn what you need to know about the modern era of arbitration law as it applies to class cctions starting with the Concepcion case. We’ll discuss the implications that Concepcion had on corporate America's contracts and how that in turn effected litigation. The speaker will discuss the very diminished ability to beat arb clauses using the more conventional conscionability arguments, and will examine other arguments to use instead like "mutual assent" and "waiver." Finally, learn how to beat arbitration agreements by using it as a sword against corporate America and how to hurt their pocket book.

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Abbas Kazerounian

Abbas Kazerounian is one of the founding partners at Kazerouni Law Group, APC. Mr. Kazerounian’s areas of specialty are... Read More

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The Modern Era of Arbitration Law: Concepcion, Class Actions, and How to Beat It - Video
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