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CalendarTulane Securities Conference

March 14-15, 2019
New Orleans, LA

FedArb is a CoSponsor of the 31st Tulane Corporate Law Institute to be be held March 14-15, 2019 at the Waldorf Astoria Roosevelt Hotel New Orleans. Since the first Institute in 1988, the best and brightest M&A and securities practitioners, Delaware Supreme Court and Court of Chancery judiciary, leading corporate counsel and Wall Street investment bankers have gathered in New Orleans every spring for the Tulane Corporate Law Institute. Now recognized as one of the premier M&A, corporate and securities law conferences in the country, the Tulane Corporate Law Institute continues to deliver an unparalleled educational and networking experience in a fascinating city.

CalendarClass Action & Complex Litigation Forum

December 7, 2018
Miami, Florida

FedArb Co-Sponsors the 3rd Annual Miami Law Class Action & Complex Litigation Forum taking place on December 7, 2018 at the University of Miami. FedArb’s Davidi Ichel moderated the panel on Litigation Finance.


Winning at Mediation

FedArb offers law firms and corporate counsel 1.5 hour CLE courses on Winning at Mediation. Please contact FedArb to discuss details of such a presentation.

CalendarWomen on the Bench

May 10, 2019
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CalendarPLI Roundtable on Data Privacy

June 21, 2018
FedArb’s CEO discusses ADR and Data Privacy issues with FedArb’s Data Privacy Expert Joe Demarco. Learn More

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