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Securities Arbitration 2011
Jill I. Gross
Corporate & Securities, Litigation
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1. Introduction
Chapter 2. The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority’s Dispute Resolution Activities
Chapter 3. Product Survey: Customer Disputes 2006–2010 How the Product Involved Affects Arbitration Settlements & Award Outcomes
Chapter 4. Securities Arbitrators Do Not Grow on Trees
Chapter 5. Litigating Arbitrations in the FINRA Forum
Chapter 6. Tips on Retention, Preparation and Presentation of Experts in Securities Arbitration
Chapter 7. Mediating a FINRA Securities Case: A Practical Guide
Chapter 8. Telephonic Mediation: An Overview
Chapter 9. Arbitration Case Law Update 2011
Chapter 10. Do Neutrals Care About Law?
Chapter 11. Why Mediate: The Benefits of Mediation Over Direct Negotiation and Litigation
Chapter 12. Why Arbitrate? The Benefits and Savings
Chapter 13. Securities Law Roundup—2010–2011
Chapter 14. The Tax Consequences of Investment Recommendations and Communications— Do Brokers Have a Duty?
Chapter 15. When Main Street Sues Wall Street: Advocacy Tips for Respondents Swimming Against a Populist Undertow
Chapter 16. Mediation from Respondent’s Viewpoint
Chapter 17. To Settle or Not to Settle: That Is…
Chapter 18. The Principles, Policies, and Ethics of Sound Settlement Practices in Securities Arbitration
Chapter 19. Ethical Land Mines in Settlement Negotiations
Chapter 20. The Shifting Tide of ESI Discovery Cost Allocation
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