Did you miss any of the 4th Annual Class Action Money & Ethics Conference? Not to worry, you can watch recordings of each panel discussion on YouTube. Below are links for each discussion topic. Supplemental materials for each panel can be found here.
'The Conservative Case for Class Actions' by Brian Fitzpatrick
This book by our keynote speaker argues that lifelong Republicans like himself should embrace class actions as a private-sector mechanism to combat commercial malfeasance, as opposed to government regulation and oversight. Fitzpatrick is Professor of Law at Vanderbilt Law School in Nashville, Tenn. Before joining Vanderbilt, he graduated first in his class at Harvard Law School, served as a law clerk on the U.S. Supreme Court to Justice Antonin Scalia, practiced corporate litigation in Washington, D.C. and worked as Special Counsel to John Cornyn in the U.S. Senate.
Data, Technology and Privacy
An Analysis of the Antitrust Landscape over 10 Years
ERISA, Labor and Employment
Recent Trends in Securities Litigation
No-Injury Class Actions
Ethics: Protecting Data in Class Actions and Fund Administration
The 5th Annual Class Action Money & Ethics Conference will commence on Monday, May 3, 2021. See you then!