This manual is acknowledged to be the essential reference in the field of securities arbitration. It systematically describes the issues that arise in a dispute, how to evaluate the merits of a case, a how to prepare a present cases to arbitration panels anywhere in the country. In the Third Edition, David Robbins updates his work to reflect the important new issues governing discovery on the Internet, NASD's new eligibility rule, a its rule on punitive damages.McMahon and Mitsubishi] This clear federal policy places Section 2 of the Act in unmistakable conflict with Califomia-1a#39;s ... Board to Trustees of Leland Stanford Junior University, 109 S. Ct. I248, 103 L. Ed. 2d 488 (1989). ... The Supreme Court stated that the Federal Arbitration Act contains no express preemptive provisions and does not reflect a congressional intent to occupy the entire field of arbitration.
|Title||:||Securities Arbitration Procedure Manual|
|Author||:||David E. Robbins|
|Publisher||:||MICHIE - 1995|