Sir Alexander Blumrosen
International Attorney with Polaris Law
Alexander Blumrosen is the founding partner of the Paris law firm Polaris Law. He is specialized in litigating international commercial business disputes (before courts and arbitration tribunals), with particular experience in technology, IP and cross-border privacy. He is frequently named as arbitrator in institutional and ad hoc arbitration. He has been appointed Hague Commissioner and privacy monitor by US courts under the Hague Evidence Convention of 1970. He has been appointed by the European Union and the United States to sit on the Privacy Shield arbitration panel.
A graduate of Dartmouth College, Georgetown Law School and the University of Paris I, Alexander is admitted to the Bars of New York and Paris. He is a member of the ‘Tech list’ of the Silicon Valley Arbitration and Mediation Center, a past president of the International Technology Law Association and a former chair of the International Commercial Arbitration Committee of the International Section of the ABA. Mr Blumrosen is a life member of the Council on Foreign Relations and has been named a chevalier of the French Legion of Honour.
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If I’m registered for the conference will I automatically get my CLE Credits?
No. You must sign out at the Registration/CLE desk before departing the conference.
What do I need in order to sign up for CLE?
You need to have your Bar number for all states in which you would receive credit.
What if I cannot attend the whole conference? Can I receive partial credit?
Yes. When you sign out at the end of your last day, you will indicate the number of hours/days that you actually attended.
Do I need to send my Certificate of Attendance to the state bar(s) or will Trial Lawyers of Mass Torts report my attendance to them?
Each individual attorney will need to file their own CLE credits.