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During a reception yesterday, I met Lance Tanaka, local Denver representative of the American Arbitration Association (AAA), who tipped me off to AAA’s class arbitrations page.  The site has several great public resources for anyone interested in class arbitration rules or cases, including:

If you are interested in the topic of class arbitrations more generally or are trying to find out more information on a specific case that is the subject of class arbitration, check out these essential resources.  Many thanks to Lance for the tip.

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I received my quarterly issue of CADSreport recently and finally had time to read it today.  Although many cynics may take the name literally, CADS is actually an acronym for the Class Action and Derivative Suits Committee, which is part of the ABA LItigation Section.  I hadn’t checked the CADS webpage in a while and was pleased to find that it has been updated with tons of great resources for class action lawyers.  You have to be a member of the Committee to view much of the content, but ABA Litigation Section membership entitles you to free membership in three Committees.  Among other resources, the Committee publishes an annual survey of each state’s class action law, which by itself is worth the cost of Litigation Section membership.

Click here for the Committee Webpage: http://www.abanet.org/litigation/committees/classactions/.  I have also added a permanant link on the sidebar to the right.

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