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Peter Roth
Peter Roth Sir Peter Roth is a judge of the Chancery Division of the High Court of England and Wales, and since November 2013 the President of the UK Competition Appeal Tribunal (the CAT).  He was called to the Bar in 1977 and became a QC in 1997, and was a leading practitioner in competition...
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Dr. Christine Riefa
Dr. Christine Riefa Coming Soon...
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Michael Dell`Angelo
Michael Dell`Angelo Lies, Damn Lies and Statistics – What the Digital Age Giveth and What the Digital Age Taketh: Trends in Antitrust Class Actions in the Banking Sector Michael Dell’Angelo is a Managing Shareholder of Berger Montague. He is Co-Chair of the Commodities & Financial Instruments and Securities & Investor Protection practice groups and is...
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Richard Leedham
Richard Leedham Richard is a Partner in the Dispute Resolution department, who advises on commercial disputes, often with international and fraud elements, with a particular specialisation in insurance. Richard advises individual and institutional funds clients on claims arising from investments in rights issues and other corporate investments under FSMA s90 and s 90A, and is...
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Ms. Ingrid Gubay
Ms. Ingrid Gubay Ingrid Gubbay has conducted strategic public/private law litigation and been a law lecturer over the past 20 years. She brought test cases and group actions at the Legal Aid Commission NSW, Civil Law section, where she formerly practiced before her move to the UK in 2003. Ingrid currently acts for communities who are affected by large...
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Prof. Linda Mullenix
Prof. Linda Mullenix “The Limits of Human Rights Class Actions: American Advances and Retreats” Abstract A professor since 1974, Linda S. Mullenix holds the Rita and Morris Atlas Chair in Advocacy at the University of Texas School of Law. She earned M.Phil. and Ph.D. degrees in political theory from Columbia University, after graduating Phi Beta...
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Prof. Samuel Issacharoff
Prof. Samuel Isacharoff Samuel Issacharoff is the Reiss Professor of Constitutional Law. His wide-ranging research deals with issues in civil procedure (especially complex litigation and class actions), law and economics, constitutional law, particularly with regard to voting rights and electoral systems, and employment law. He is one of the pioneers in the law of the...
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Doctor Till Schreiber
Dr. Till Schreiber Panel: Competition and securities class actions Till Schreiber is managing director of CDC Cartel Damage Claims (CDC) in Brussels and Luxembourg. In this role he is responsible for the analysis, preparation, management, funding and settlement of some of the largest antitrust damage actions in Europe. CDC was established in 2002 with the...
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Jeremy A. Lieberman
Jeremy Lieberman Jeremy A. Lieberman is Pomerantz’s Managing Partner. Jeremy became associated with the Firm in August 2004 and was elevated to Partner in January 2010. He was honored as Benchmark Litigation’s 2019 Plaintiff Attorney of the Year. In 2018, he was honored as a Titan of the Plaintiffs Bar by Law360 and as a Benchmark...
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Adv. Noah Wortman
Noah Wortman Noah joined IMF Bentham in July 2018 as Business Development Manager (Global Investor Recoveries) and splits his time between Philadelphia and London with a global remit covering North America, the UK and Europe, Australia and Asia. Noah has extensive experience advocating for investors, promoting corporate governance, and implementing strategies to achieve collective redress. He...
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