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CFPB Proposes to Ban Arbitration Clauses That Prevent Class-Action Litigation

A recently proposed rule by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau would prohibit banks and a variety of other companies from including in consumer financial contracts arbitration clauses that prevent class actions. In this video, litigation partners Elizabeth Sacksteder and Roberto Gonzalez discuss the implications of the proposal for companies and their exposure to class-action litigation.

POSTED ON June 1, 2016 » View More Videos

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