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Arbitration a Hot Topic at ACS Convention

June 10, 2016, The National Law Journal

Eric Mogilnicki participated in a panel discussion at the American Constitution Society’s annual convention and is quoted in this National Law Journal article regarding arbitration and the future of class actions. According to Mogilnicki, federal agencies such as the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau should take a bigger role in pursuing cases, arguing that it could do so in a more cost-effective and efficient way, given the expertise of the bureau's attorneys. In cases that the agency didn't take up, he said, arbitration was an effective supplement.

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