October 13-14 was the Tenth Annual Securities Dispute Resolution Triathlon – a joint initiative of FINRA Office of Dispute Resolution and the St.
By Rick Ryder, SAC
Yes, in answer to the title’s question, and the prospect for that to happen has been revived by a FINRA staff initiative,
We keep dipping back into the April 6 program sponsored by the New York State Bar Association, entitled, “Securities Arbitration & Mediation: The Courage to Simplify.”
The annual half-day program on securities arbitration and mediation, sponsored by the Association of the Bar of the City of New York, took place earlier this year.
The key recommendations of FINRA’s Dispute Resolution Task Force (“Task Force”), and where things may be headed in reaction to those proposals, were the core topics discussed recently by an experienced panel of securities arbitration experts in the fourth SAC Podcast.
By George H. Friedman*
[The author thanks the Securities Arbitration Commentator for letting him borrow liberally from its coverage of the cases below in its weekly Securities Arbitration Alert]
Mediation in my eyes has sometimes been treated like the Rodney Dangerfield of the alternative dispute resolution (“ADR”) field,