The University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform is inviting you to witness top legal scholars, practitioners, and policymakers discuss the future of class-action litigation and class-action reform this Friday, March 15th, and Saturday, March 16th.
The Symposium will include panels focusing on the impact of arbitration clauses on class-action suits (providing real cases data, like Xarelto class action lawsuits, etc) and the role of damages in mass-tort litigation, a special panel on securities class actions, and a concluding panel that will propose reforms to the rules of civil procedure that govern class-action litigation in the federal courts. Additionally, attendees will hear keynote addresses that address class-action litigation from business and policy perspectives.
The event is co-sponsored by the University of Michigan Law School and the Ross School of business, and isFREE and open to the public.
Location: 1225 South Hall, 701 S. State Street, Ann Arbor, MI 48109
Dates: Friday, March 15th, 6:30PM-8:30. Saturday, March 16th, 8:30AM-8:00PM