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Mayer Brown’s Andrew Pincus, speaking at the 18th Annual Legal Reform Summit, held at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce in Washington, on Wednesday. Photo: Diego M. Radzinschi/ ALM.

A day after the U.S. Senate narrowly voted to void the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s rule restricting mandatory arbitration clauses, a top lawyer in Washington who’d challenged the regulation demurred from taking much of a victory lap. But he broadly defended arbitration as a “very low cost, very quick” way to resolve disputes.

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C. Ryan Barber

C. Ryan Barber, based in Washington, covers government affairs and regulatory compliance. Contact him at cbarber@alm.com. On Twitter: @cryanbarber

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