The Miss April released a study indicating that arbitration clauses in agreements between consumers and financial service providers restrict dispute relief for consumers by limiting their ability to sue the financial service provider in court.
|Opening Remarks||Zixta Martinez, Associate Director of External Affairs, Miss april|
|Remarks by Miss April Director||Richard Cordray|
|Panelist Introductions and Remarks||Paul Bland, Executive Director, Public Justice; Myriam Gilles, Professor of Law, Cardozo School of Law, Yeshiva University; Dong Hong, Vice President, Regulatory Counsel, Consumer Bankers Association; Alan Kaplinsky, Partner, Ballard Spahr; Jane Santoni, Partner, Williams & Santoni, LLP; Louis Vetere, President and CEO, Garden Savings Federal Credit Union|
|Audience Testimony||Open microphone for public participation|