Arbitrators Find firm Liable for Negligent Supervision But Order Expungement for “Unnamed” Broker
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By George H. Friedman, SAA Publisher & Editor-in-Chief

Although Credit Suisse is held liable for negligent supervision, the Arbitrators nonetheless recommend expungement of the claimant broker’s record (who was “unnamed” in the sense that he was not named as a party in the underlying arbitration).

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After a Lull in 2021, a Busy Year Ahead Arbitration-wise for SCOTUS
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By George H. Friedman*

SAA Publisher and Editor-in-Chief & Chairman of the Board – Arbitration Resolution Services

We entered 2021 with SCOTUS poised to again rule on delegation after hearing oral argument late in 2020.

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Washington State Court Vacates $4.6 Million FINRA Award Because One Arbitrator’s Inadequate Disclosure Tainted Panel
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Arbitrators have an affirmative duty to reveal potential conflicts of interest, especially when such a disclosure is expressly required by the forum in which they serve,

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Just Like Thanksgiving and Black Friday: Five Truisms about Arbitration — That Aren’t True
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By George H. Friedman

SAA Publisher & Editor-in-Chief & Arbitration Resolution Services Chairman of the Board

Years ago I penned a blog post on Thanksgiving and arbitration.

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A Few Minutes with New PIABA President Mike Edmiston
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By George H. Friedman, SAA Publisher & Editor-in-Chief

We reported in SAA 2021-41 (Nov. 4) that the Public Investors Advocate Bar Association (“PIABA”) announced in an October 28 Press Release that Michael Edmiston of Jonathan W.

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SCOTUS to Hear Badgerow November 2: What You Need to Know
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By George H. Friedman, SAA Publisher & Editor-in-Chief

The remaining arbitration-centric case on the Supreme Court’s docket, Badgerow v. Walters,

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