FINRA Dispute Resolution has released its final monthly report on this past year; we summarize the results here from a yearly perspective,
By Sarah G. Anderson
The “extraordinary remedies” authorized by the All Writs Act do not permit a district court to enjoin an arbitration based on whatever claim-preclusive effect may result from the court’s prior judgment when that judgment,
By George H. Friedman*
These words were uttered by Supreme Court Justice Louis Brandeis over one hundred years ago in an article titled,
On the eve of its second meeting, the FINRA Dispute Resolution Task Force received a joint letter from PIABA and several other consumer groups urging it to recommend the release of data about the FINRA arbitration program.