Kevin G. Schroeder

Kevin G. SchroederClass of 2013
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International Class Arbitration - Flourishing or Floundering?

In her discussion of her forthcoming paper “Resolving Mass Legal Disputes Through Class Arbitration: The United States and Canada Compared,” Professor S.I. Strong explained that despite setbacks to class arbitration in two recent Supreme Court cases, class arbitration is not dead in the United States. Rather, Strong suggests, forthcoming cases will likely test the applicatory boundaries and narrowly construe previously announced limitations on class arbitration.

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No Comments | Posted by Kevin G. Schroeder on Mon. February 27, 2012 9:01 AM
Categories: International Dispute Resolution, Symposium
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