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Arizona (AZ) Class Action CLE Course Catalog

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Addressing Consumer Class-Action & Mass Arbitration Challenges
Consumer class-action lawsuits pose significant challenges for businesses across various industries. As legal and regulatory landscapes continue to evolve, understanding how to effectively address and navigate these challenges becomes crucial for organizations to protect their reputation, minimize financial risks, and maintain a positive relationship with their customers. Join us in this informative session as expert panelists provide you with valuable insights and practical strategies to effectively address consumer class-action and mass arbitration challenges, and explore ways to proactively manage and mitigate potential legal threats.

Women, Influence & Power in Law Conference

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Significant Class Action Trends and Developments
Over the years, the number of class action lawsuits has significantly grown in both federal and state courts. As regulatory developments continue to emerge and impact litigation practices, practitioners are confronted with significant challenges. Hence, they must keep themselves abreast of any development in this field of law. Likewise, implementing a sound class action strategy is critical to dodge any litigation pitfall. In this CLE program, securities consulting practitioner Brendan J. Rudolph and leading class action attorney Greg Coleman will provide an overview of the most critical and relevant class action developments. The speakers will also discuss the latest updates and key issues involving data privacy, product liability, and mislabeling and contamination cases.

The Knowledge Group

$75

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The Biometric Information Privacy Act Class Action Litigation: Key Trends and Best Defense Strategies
In this program, experienced class action lawyers Jennifer A. Riley (Duane Morris LLP) and Gregory P. Abrams (Faegre Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP) will delve into an in-depth analysis of the current trends and recent court rulings involving the Biometric Information Privacy Act (BIPA). The speakers will also provide the audience with practical strategies for bringing out the best in these lawsuits in a rapidly evolving legal climate.

The Knowledge Group

$75

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ERISA Class Action Developments: Unravel the Mysteries of Retirement Plan Mismanagement
Join distinguished ERISA litigators Jonathan Sulds (Greenberg Traurig, LLP) and David R. Johanson (Hawkins Parnell & Young LLP) as they provide a comprehensive discussion of the retirement plan mismanagement issues that could result in ERISA class action. Speakers, among other things, will also offer critical strategies in facing the current tidal wave of fees and litigation.

The Knowledge Group

$75

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Antitrust Litigation: Class Certification Issues and Developments
In this program, leading antitrust thought leaders Ralph E. Labaton (Haug Partners) and Hagai Doron (S. Horowitz & Co.) will provide an in-depth discussion of the latest and significant issues surrounding antitrust class certification. Speakers will also provide practical strategies in handling complex antitrust class claims.

The Knowledge Group

$75

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Resolving Consumer Class and Mass Action Claims: Significant Issues and Considerations Explored
Class actions remain at the forefront of in-house counsel’s concerns and top legal spend. In this program, highly recognized practitioners in class action litigation Joseph A. Apatov (McGlinchey Stafford PLLC) and Bethany G. Lukitsch (BakerHostetler) will discuss the significant and latest issues surrounding consumer class actions. Speakers will also provide the audience with practical strategies to mitigate class action risks.

The Knowledge Group

$75

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Securities Class Action Litigation: What’s New and What Lies Ahead
The reduction of mergers and acquisitions (M&A)-related class actions and the state 1933 Act have driven a significant decline in securities class action filings over the last years. However, despite the decrease in the overall federal filings, special purpose acquisition companies (SPACs)-related cases have doubled, bringing newer litigation risks and additional ramifications in this category. Listen as experienced securities litigators Brendan J. Rudolph (Cornerstone Research) and Jonathan A. Choa (Potter Anderson & Corroon LLP) provide a comprehensive discussion of the recent enforcement trends and legislative developments surrounding securities class action litigation. Speakers will also offer practical tips and strategies in this rapidly evolving legal climate.

The Knowledge Group

$75

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Class Action Litigation: Demystifying Trends, Developments, and Best Defense Strategies
The rising competition among several industries including the healthcare and digital platforms has continuously challenged economic fairness and posed compliance hurdles for practitioners specifically under the Sherman Act. Join a panel of key distinguished professionals as they provide a comprehensive discussion of the recent enforcement trends and legislative developments surrounding class action litigation. Speakers will also offer practical tips and strategies in this rapidly evolving legal climate.

The Knowledge Group

$165

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Class Actions Double Play: Avoiding Class Actions and Limiting Exposure with Effective Waivers
More than 5,000 class action lawsuits are filed each year in the state and federal courts in the United States, which means that thousands of lawyers just like you will face the unhappy task of dealing with a class action. Thankfully, there are steps we can take as lawyers to make sure our companies are not easy targets, and to deal effectively and efficiently with a class action lawsuit if and when one is filed. Is arbitration right for your company in agreements with its customers and employees? If it is, how do you craft an enforceable arbitration clause that includes a waiver of the right to assert claims on behalf of a class? This program tells you what you need to know -- and factors you must consider -- when thinking about including arbitration and class action waivers in your contracts.

New Media Legal

$75

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