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Securities Arbitration 2004: A Rapidly Evolving Process
David E. Robbins
Corporate & Securities, Litigation
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1. Introduction
Chapter 2. Broker’s Duty to Monitor? The Arbitrators Decide: Reality Exposed
Chapter 3. Arbitration Update Survey of Recent Significant (Mostly) Securities Arbitration Decisions Spring 2004
Chapter 4. NASD Dispute Resolution
Chapter 5. Arbitration at the NYSE
Chapter 6. The New Code of Ethics for Arbitrators “Standards for Those Who Judge”
Chapter 7. NASD’s New Code of Arbitration Procedure for Customer Disputes “Plain English Codifications of Current Practices”
Chapter 8. Mediation—Learning form the Hits and the Misses
Chapter 9. Mutual Fund Sales Abuses: Securities Arbitration Flavor of the Year
Chapter 10. Class B Mutual Fund Shares: A Primer on Recent Regulatory Activity and Strategies for Arbitration Cases
Chapter 11. The Power of Award Information in Arbitration Practice
Chapter 12. How to Conduct a Complex Financial Arbitration Part I: Matters to Consider Prior to the Hearings
Chapter 13. Model Arbitrator Instructions: Luxury or Emerging Necessity
Chapter 14. Third Party Discovery and Subpoenas in Arbitration
Chapter 15. The Reality of Pre-Hearing Motions to Dismiss in Arbitration Making and Responding to Them
Chapter 16. Attorney Sanctions in Securities Arbitration
Chapter 17. Sound Reasons to Adopt An Offer of Judgment Rule in Arbitration—A Reply to Ms. Cherdack
Chapter 18. Should Expert Witnesses be Sequestered in Securities Arbitration?
Chapter 19. Mitigation of Damages in Securities Litigation and Arbitration
Chapter 20. Dispute Resolution: The Viewpoint of a Neutral
Chapter 21. Less than Zero: The Evidentiary Value of Research Analyst Settlements
Chapter 22. Clearing Firm Liability Update 2003–2004
Chapter 23. Experts in Mediation Catalysts for Resolution
Chapter 24. Evaluative Mediation of Industry Cases: A Little Used Tool
Chapter 25. Risk Analysis in Suitability Cases
Chapter 26. Supervision and the Producing Branch Manager
Chapter 27. What is the Relevance of the RUAA to the Securities Industry?
Chapter 28. Understanding Options for Lawyers
Chapter 29. The Use of Leveraged Investments to Diversify a Concentrated Position
Chapter 30. Flat Fees or Fat Fees? Did Your Client Get a Wrap Account or a Bum Wrap?
Chapter 31. The U.S. Patriot Act and Related Domestic and International Anti-Money Laundering Regulations, with a Special Focus on Switzerland: Legal and Business Implications
Chapter 32. How to Better Position Your Arbitration Strategy So as to Prevail on Post-Arbitration Challenges in the Courts
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