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FINRA Intolerant of Firms Skipping Arbitration Clauses
3/18/2016 12:03:32 PM
If a firm fails to pay an arbitration award, FINRA plans to bar the firm from the industry and is in the process of seeking new rules to make the collection of awards easier for investors who can prove they are deserving.
New Jersey Healthcare Legislation Set to Improve Situation Concerning Out-of-Network Providers
12/14/2015 2:55:15 PM
New Jersey might soon have legislation establishing a framework for arbitration when disputes arise between healthcare providers and insurance companies in cases where the insured uses an out-of-network provider. Arbitration would be used to settle
Chinese Insurer Ping An Loses International Arbitration
5/13/2015 2:55:57 PM
Ping An, a Chinese insurance company that was one of the largest shareholders in defunct financial company Fortis, has failed in its €1 billion arbitration bid against the government of Belgium, where Fortis was based.
Securities Arbitration Firm Investigates JPM Chase Investment Arm
7/20/2012 9:26:30 AM
It looks like JP Morgan Chase's consumer investment arms—JP Morgan Chase Proprietary Mutual Fund and Chase Strategic Portfolios—are coming under scrutiny by a securities arbitration law firm.
The firm, Klaymman & Toskes,
Some Major Points about Minor's Claims
7/2/2012 5:46:04 PM
Some Major Points about Minor’s Claims
By Jon Starr
In this not so perfect world, minors (persons who are under the age of eighteen and who have not been emancipated) sustain injuries and become beneficiaries of wrongful
Singapore to Create International Arbitration Academy
6/21/2012 10:21:33 AM
In keeping with its standing as a major center for international commerce and banking, Singapore will create and host the Singapore International Arbitration Academy in the second half of 2012.
The 16-day academy aims to help international
Securities Arbitration Panel Rules for Citigroup
11/8/2011 10:56:07 AM
A securities arbitration case between Citigroup, a large U.S. banking interest, and ADIA, the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority, has been decided. Citigroup announced this week that it won each and every claim presented to the arbitration
New Jersey Seeks to Cut Medical Arbitration Fees
8/4/2011 9:23:38 AM
Medical arbitration fees have become a contentious issue in New Jersey, where an overhaul of the state's personal injury protection system would change the method by which arbitration panels award attorney's fees to lawyers who represent people