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Why You Should Attend
This year’s Securities Arbitration program will feature FINRA Dispute Resolution leadership and arbitrators, as well as noted academics and experienced attorneys who represent both customers and industry. Our faculty will provide practical tips for the use of experts and discovery in arbitration proceedings. They will explore the ethical challenges involved in technology and security in arbitration and mediations and diversity and inclusion and the elimination of bias in the forum. Finally, they will take a look at the latest hot topics and future trends in securities arbitration for 2018.
What You Will Learn
· Recent Developments in FINRA Arbitration and Mediation
· Diversity, Inclusion and Elimination of Bias in Arbitration and Mediation
· Technology, Security, and Ethical Challenges in Arbitration and Mediation
· Know When to Hold Them, Know When to Show Them: A Practicum on the Use of Expert and Their Examinations
· Discovery –How Much is Too Much
· Hot Topics and Future Trends Securities Arbitration in 2019
• Earn up to two hours of Ethics credit
Who Should Attend
This program is appropriate for attorneys and allied professionals who represent customers, brokers or broker-dealers in securities arbitration, or those who are seeking to enter into the practice. Additionally, FINRA arbitrators will receive valuable information and guidance from FINRA staff, seasoned practitioners and arbitrators, as well as a notation on their FINRA Arbitrator Disclosure Reports that they attended the program.
Program Level: Overview
Intended Audience: Attorneys and allied professionals who represent customers, brokers or broker-dealers in securities arbitration, or those who are seeking to enter into the practice. This program is also appropriate for independent arbitrators.
Prerequisites: A background in the arbitration of disputes between customers and brokers or broker-dealers.
Advanced Preparation: None