Limiting Class Action Exposure with Effective Class Action Waivers

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? Taking into account recent changes in the law, this course tells you what you need to know -- and factors you must consider -- when thinking about including arbitration and class action waivers in your contracts.

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Credit Type: General (Participatory)

Total Credits: 0.5 hours

New York

Credit Type: Areas of Prof. Prac. (Both (New & Exp Attys))

Total Credits: 0.5 hours

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Ezra D. Church
Ezra D. Church focuses his practice on class action lawsuits and complex commercial and product-related litigation, with particular emphasis on the unique issues facing retail, ecommerce, and other consumer-facing companies. Ezra also focuses on privacy and data security matters, and regularly advises and represents clients in connection with these issues. He is co-chair of Morgan Lewis’s Class Action Working Group.
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