Many companies have been the victim of consumer class actions that allege data privacy and data security violations.  In order to mitigate the risk of receiving a class action, companies often consider drafting arbitration clauses that incorporate “class action waiver” provisions – i.e., requiring that consumers arbitrate a data privacy or security dispute, and prohibiting the consumer from litigating as part of a class action.

My partners Alex Grimsley and Meridyth Andresen will be providing a webinar tomorrow at 12 pm EST discussing how to draft an enforceable class arbitration waiver provision. Information on how to register for the program is below.  As CLE is provided by WestLegalEdCenter and Celesq  AttorneysEd Center there is normally a small charge for attending the program.  Any firm clients that plan on attending the program, however, can contact Tamara Lakic in order to receive a code that waives the fee.

Click here for more information or to register.