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    03.23.10 Revisiting Mandatory Arbitration in Customer Securities Disputes
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    Tuesday, March 23, 2010
    6:00 – 6:30 pm, Networking Reception
    6:30 – 8:00 pm, Panel Discussion

    Subotnick Center
    Brooklyn Law School
    250 Joralemon Street, 11th Floor

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    Sponsored by the Corporate and Securities Law Association, the Business and Finance Society, and the Investor Rights Clinic

    Join the two lawyers who argued the landmark Supreme Court decision, Shearson v. McMahon, Theodore Krebsbach and Theodore Eppenstein, along with George Friedman Director Dispute Resolution, FINRA and Robert Davidson Executive Director of JAMS Arbitration Practice for a spirited and informative discussion of the mandatory arbitration issue. As a result of the landmark Supreme Court decision, Shearson v. McMahon, 482 U.S. 220 (1987), public customers who want to access the financial markets have had to agree to a nearly universal provision requiring mandatory arbitration of their disputes. Is this in the public’s best interest? With the Obama Administration’s White Paper proposal for a study of mandatory arbitration by the S.E.C., the issue has once again made headlines.

    Professor Karen J. van Ingen
    Brooklyn Law School

    Theodore A. Krebsbach
    Founding Partner
    Krebsbach & Snyder

    Theodore G. Eppenstein
    Founding Partner
    Eppenstein & Eppenstein

    George H. Friedman
    Executive Vice President & Director of Dispute Resolution

    Robert B. Davidson
    Executive Director
    JAMS Arbitration Practice

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