Posts Tagged "Securities Arbitration Guide"

Securities Arbitration – What is it?

Posted by on Nov 22, 2010 in Securities Litigation | 0 comments

This is the second in a series of posts regarding securities arbitration. The first question many clients ask when they are told that their dispute is going to be handled in arbitration is what does that mean. Simply put, arbitration is a private method of resolving disputes that is outside of a traditional court system. Early on arbitration was created as an alternative to having disputes handled in a public court. As originally conceived, the arbitration process was viewed as a faster, private and, perhaps most importantly, a more economical process than going to court. As the law has...

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Securities Arbitration – A Guide

Posted by on Sep 26, 2010 in Litigation, Securities Litigation | 0 comments

This is the first in a series of posts regarding Securities Arbitrations. Through this series we hope to provide information regarding when an arbitration proceeding is necessary, the types of cases that are presented in an arbitration, the various steps necessary to bring an arbitration action and the enforceability of any award that might result from an arbitration proceeding. After reading through this series of posts, it is our hope that the reader will have a better understanding regarding the process and the costs involved in bringing this type of an action. If you believe that you...

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