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Prof. Gad Barzilai
Prof. Gad Barzilai Law, Society, and Politics; Theories of Law and Human Rights; Methodologies of Law and Society; Law and Communities. Dean (2012-2017) and Vice Provost and Head of the International School Education 1988  Michigan University - Certificate of ICSPR (International Consortium of Social and Political Research) 1987-1988   Yale University - Political Science & Legal,...
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David Lawne
David Lawne David, a solicitor advocate, specialises in complex commercial litigation with more than 10 years’ experience, including competition and financial services disputes.  He has worked on several high-profile LIBOR related claims in recent years, including Graiseley Properties Ltd & Ors v Barclays Bank and Stuart Wall v RBS.  In the area of competition law,...
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Mr. Bryan Keating
Mr. Bryan Keating  Bryan Keating is an Executive Vice President with Compass Lexecon based in Washington, DC. He specializes in the fields of industrial organization, applied econometrics, economic and econometric analysis of mergers, economic and econometric analysis of damages in antitrust matters, and economic and econometric analysis of class certification in antitrust matters. He has...
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Hon. Robert M. Dow, Jr.
Hon. Robert M. Dow, Jr. Robert M. Dow, Jr. has served as a United States District Judge for the Northern District of Illinois since December 2007.  Prior to joining the bench, Judge Dow was a partner at Mayer Brown LLP in Chicago and a member of the firm’s litigation, telecommunications, and Supreme Court and appellate...
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Prof. Francis Mcgovern
Prof. Francis Mcgovern Abstract: GENERIC COLLECTIVE REDRESS ALLOCATION AND DISTRIBUTION: DIVIDING THE PIE Francis E. McGovern is Professor of Law at Duke University School of Law and has been a Visiting Professor at Stanford School of law, University of California (Berkeley) School of Law, University of Fribourg (Switzerland) School of law, MIT School of Business, and...
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Prof. Daniël Stein
Prof. Daniël Stein Abstract  : Individual Mass Dispute Settlements and Proportionate Share Reduction Daniël Stein is a PhD Student and teacher at the Radboud University Nijmegen. He has previously worked as a lawyer (attorney-at-law) at Stibbe in Amsterdam, where he handled mass disputes such as follow-on cartel damage actions, as well other complex litigation. His publications...
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Prof. Carla Klaassen
Prof. Carla Klaassen Carla Klaassen holds the Chair of Civil Law and Civil Procedure Law at the Radboud University Nijmegen,  Netherlands, and is also appointed professor of Private Law at the University of Curacao. After defending her PHD-thesis (Liabilty without risk; highest honours), she worked as an attorney-at-law with a leading Dutch law firm in...
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Prof. Peter Rott
Peter Rott Peter Rott is Professor in Civil Law, European Private Law and Consumer Law at the University of Kassel, Germany. He graduated as a fully qualified German lawyer in 1996 and obtained his doctorate in 2001. Peter has worked in academia ever since, amongst other as a lecturer at the University of Sheffield from...
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Adv. Simon P. Walsh
Simon P. Walsh Simon has extensive experience in high value international commercial arbitration and cross-border litigation over a broad spectrum of sectors, having acted for clients in the telecoms, private equity, financial, maritime, offshore, power and aviation sectors including acting in some of the world’s largest telecoms disputes.  Simon has acted for both claimants and...
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Adv. Kimela Shah
Kimela Shah Kimela is a Senior Consultant with economics consultancy Oxera. She specialises in quantifying damages in collective actions, class actions and group litigations in competition claims, having worked on matters in the UK, EU and North America. Oxera has acted on all of the UK competition law class actions that have taken place to...
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