Thursday, January 19, 2012
Penn State Law will host a symposium February 22, 2012 on U.S. Arbitration Law in the Wake of AT&T Mobility vs. Concepcion. The Symposium, sponsored by the Penn State University Yearbook on Arbitration and Mediation, features an agenda with four panels speakers who will cover:
- 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.
Here's a description of the symposium:
The 2011 Supreme Court decision in AT&T Mobility vs. 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 vs. Concepcion.
Speakers include: John D. Feerick, Arthur W. Rovine, Richard Bales, Richard Reuben, Chris Drahozal, Jill Gross, Hiro Aragaki, Steve Bennett, Sandra Partridge, Terry F. Moritz, & Michael Helfand.