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Global Justice Forum Experts Debate Best Way to Reform Financial Markets

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Experts Debate at Global Justice Forum Best Way to Reform Financial Markets: Lawyers from Four Continents Gather at Columbia Law School to Discuss Litigation in a Post-Economic Crisis World

New York, October, 21, 2009 — More than a year after the financial-market meltdown, the tussle continues over whether regulation or litigation is the best way to achieve reform. Continue reading Global Justice Forum Experts Debate Best Way to Reform Financial Markets

Cross-Border Financial Disputes Focus of Conference at Columbia Law School

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Cross-Border Financial Disputes Focus of Conference at Columbia Law School: Global Justice Forum Will Bring Dozens of Experts to Columbia Law School to Discuss how to Expeditiously Address Financial Fraud Litigation

NEW YORK – Oct. 9, 2009 – The global economic crisis has triggered a cascade of financial fraud litigation, with a surprising number of cases affecting plaintiffs across different countries and legal jurisdictions. Continue reading Cross-Border Financial Disputes Focus of Conference at Columbia Law School