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|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Basri and Kagan Corporate Legal Departments, 3d ed.||Federal Antitrust Laws chapter||2004|
|Consumer Financial Services Law Report, Vol. 3, Issue 11||“Court Applies TILA Class Action Limitation on Statutory Damages,”||1999|
|The Banking Law Journal, Vol. 115, No. 8, pp. 774-787||“Where the Money Is: Litigation under Section One of the Sherman Act in the Financial Services and Securities Industries,”||1998|
|The National Law Journal, p. B4||“Does the Per Se Rule Remain Viable?”||1998|
|Yale Law School||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1977|
|Brandeis University||N/A||BA - Bachelor of Arts||1974|
|PLI Consumer Finance Services Litigation Institute||Credit Card Developments||2006|
|16th Annual Litigation and Resolution of Complex Class Actions Institute||"Arbitration Agreements and Class Actions,"||2006|
|PLI Consumer Financial Services Institute||Developments in Automobile Financing and Leasing Litigation||2005|
|PLI Class Action Litigation||Presentations on Rule 23(b)(2) and Pre- and Post-filing Investigations||2005|
|Glasser LegalWorks program||Litigation and Resolution of Complex Class Actions||2004|
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