Mandatory Arbitration and Class Actions | Webinar | 10.17.2019





Class Actions Weekly Roundup from Top Class Actions

This roundup is prepared exclusively for HB Litigation Conferences by:

Walmart Class Action Claims Glucosamine Tablets are Mislabeled
Walmart has been hit with a class […]

Top Class Actions’ Top Trends Affecting Class Actions in 2018

Editor’s Note: This article was written by Kim Gale at Top Class Actions and is reprinted here with the permission of the publisher. Scott […]

Mass Tort Med School | May 9-11, 2018 | New York

Mass Tort Judicial Forum w/ Corodemus | April 23, 2018





E-Discovery & The Cloud | Nov. 9, 2017 | Complimentary | CLE Eligible


Date:   Nov. 9, 2017
Time:   2pm Eastern | 1pm Central | 12pm Mountain | 11am Pacific
Duration:   90 minutes
Format:   Webinar
CLE:   This webinar is eligible for CLE […]

Prof. Steinman: State Courts Retain ‘Considerable Leeway’ in Wake of BMS Decision

Attorneys on both sides of mass tort and class action law are working to understand the full impact of the Supreme Court’s jurisdiction decision […]

News Release: Judge Corodemus (ret.) Assembles Webinar Panel on Recent Mass Tort Decisions

Recent Court Rulings in Mass Torts: Attorneys Adjusting Strategies in Wake of ‘Seminal’ Decisions

A spate of state and federal court rulings have […]

Reversed & Remanded: The Impact of Recent Appellate Court Rulings on Mass Torts | Sept. 18, 2017 | Complimentary | CLE Eligible

“I thought mass tort practice was going to be directed by legislation, but state and federal appellate courts, and the U.S. Supreme Court, have […]

From James Beck and the Drug & Device Defense Blog: Supreme Court Blocks ‘Litigation Tourism’

Attorney James M. Beck is Senior Life Sciences Policy Analyst at Reed Smith LLP, and a prolific writer for the Drug & Defense Law […]

Paul Wojcicki of Segal McCambridge Singer & Mahoney on The Uniform Commercial Code and Defending Class Certification

Read the article, “The Uniform Commercial Code May Not Be So Uniform After All: Looking to the U.C.C. as a Defense to Class Certification” […]

Supreme Court Hears Donning & Doffing Class Action Case

A case being argued Nov. 10 before the U.S. Supreme Court could change how membership in a class is determined. In Tyson Foods, Inc. v. […]

Will a Supreme Court Decision in ‘Spokeo’ Open the Floodgates to No-Injury Class Actions?

The U.S. Supreme Court is expected to hear arguments on Nov. 2 on the question of whether Congress may confer Article III standing on […]

DOMA’s Demise: What Now, Employers?

“The demise of the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) restriction of the institution of marriage to heterosexual unions was not the last chapter in […]

U.S. Magistrate Judge Facciola Joins “Too Big to Litigate” Forum on Cost-Driven Litigation — “The New Paradigm”

Hon. Facciola Sedona a Conference Advisory Board Member
Hon. John M. Facciola will join JAMS neutrals Hon. Janice Symchych (former) and  Hon. James Rosenbaum (former), and current U.S. Chief Judge […]

Chinese Drywall Litigation & Insurance Coverage Update Conference

Date: November 11, 2009

Over-the Counter Drug Litigation

Date: December 9, 2009

Chinese Drywall Insurance: Exclusions, Triggers & Multiple Claims

Date: February 16, 2010