Tag: Securities Arbitration

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What is Securities Arbitration?

Securities arbitration has become the most often used method of resolving disputes in the securities industry. Since the late 1970’s,  seclaw.com/glossary/finra/” data-gt-translate-attributes='[{“attribute”:”data-cmtooltip”, “format”:”html”}]’>FINRA and its predecessors have required brokerage firms and stock brokers into securities arbitration to resolve their disputes with each other, and with their customers. That requirement led to brokerage […]

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Punitive Damages in Arbitration

The issue of whether arbitrators should be permitted to award punitive damages in arbitration has been a hot issue in securities arbitration since the dawn of securities arbitration. In some states most notably New York, where the vast majority of arbitrations are held — the law always prohibited arbitrators from […]

Arbitration Brokers

Fight Back Revisited

A recurring problem in civil litigation is the filing of claims by plaintiffs which lack merit, or are which are filed for purposes other than to address a grievance or a wrong. The problem is particularly acute in the securities arbitration arena, where in addition to the cost, expense and […]

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Fighting Back

A recurring problem in civil litigation is the filing of claims by plaintiffs which lack merit, or are which are filed for purposes other than to address a grievance or a wrong. The problem is particularly acute in the securities arbitration arena, where in addition to the cost, expense and […]

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Securities Arbitration

Guide To Securities Arbitration When you finish reviewing the sites of “consultants” who want to help you sue your broker, visit the real securities law site – The Securities Law Home Page. Written, maintained and supervised by a Wall Street securities attorney, you will get straight information  on the law […]