Supreme Court Declines to Engage in the Interpretation of “Engaged in Commerce”
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By Ruben Huertero*

It is hornbook law that the Federal Arbitration Act (“FAA”) enforces predispute arbitration agreements involving just a hint of interstate commerce.

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Zoom Zooming Into Mediations in COVID-Times
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By James Yellen*

The FINRA dispute resolution market largely dried up as COVID-19 hit major cities starting in March 2020. While employment and broker-dealer disputes in 2020 were way up (plus 31%) and constituted almost half (47%) of all new arbitration filings,

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A Strategic Overview of FINRA Arbitration: Three I’s of Growth – Investment Advisers, Institutional Customers, and International Investors
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A Strategic Overview of FINRA Arbitration: Three I’s of Growth

Investment Advisers, Institutional Customers, and International Investors

By Richard P.

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2016-19 Customer Award Survey in an Era of Securities Arbitration Stability
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By Harry A. Jacobowitz*

Introduction

Every so often, we take stock of how FINRA arbitration results change over time, by analyzing Award win rates and damage recoveries year-to-year.

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Seminar Highlights: NYSBA’s “A Deep Dive in Securities Arbitration and Mediation 2020”
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By Gabrielle Pollard*

Introduction

On March 6, the New York State Bar Association (“NYSBA”) hosted a full-day securities arbitration and mediation seminar titled Securities Arbitration 2020: Deep Dive.

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