In this episode of the Arbitration Conversation Amy interviews Prof. Rory Van Loo, a fourth-year professor at Boston University Law School. Prior to BU, Professor Van Loo served on the implementation team that set up the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, helping to build the framework for the supervision of large banks. He also taught dispute systems design at Harvard Law School and conducted empirical studies at McKinsey & Co. for multinational corporations in mergers and acquisitions, marketing, and organizational design.
Prof. Van Loo talks about his recent article proposing a process for determining when and whether posts or parties are eliminated from platforms such as Amazon, Facebook, Twitter, etc.
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