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For those who weren’t able to travel all the way to Israel for the University of Haifa’s recent international class action conference, you’re in luck.  Videos of all of the panel presentations are now available on YouTube.  To access them, go to the conference website at https://lawers.club/ and scroll to the bottom of the page and you’ll see links for both photos and videos from the conference.  You can also visit the YouTube channel directly by clicking here.  I’m still working on my commentaries from the conference and will link to each presentation individually in those commentaries.

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I’m very pleased to report that I will be moderating a panel on the use of statistics in class actions at the 3rd Annual International Conference on Dispute Resolution of Consumer Mass Disputes Collective Redress, Class Action, and ADR, sponsored by the University of Haifa in Haifa, Israel.  Our panel presentation will be just one of many excellent presentations on a variety of topics in the ever-evolving area of international class actions and collective redress.  The faculty includes titans of the bench and bar from a variety of jurisdictions, as well as top academic minds from universities around the world.  Registration is still open to attend this excellent conference in a beautiful venue.  Click the link below for more information:

https://lawers.club/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/Agenda_compressed.pdf

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