- n. Plural form of arbitration.
“Quite simply, foreign investors are not obliged to tally up potential losses at the outset of these NAFTA arbitrations, which is why the Dow claim looks so modest, at least for now.”
“You may also find information on any NFA arbitrations which is a dispute resolution rather than a regulatory action and any regulatory actions.”
“Justice Scalia cited statistics showing that the average individual arbitration was resolved in six months or less, while class arbitrations could drag on for years.”
“The Mirabellis' case is one of three recent arbitrations against Merrill regarding the Phil Scott Team Income Portfolio, with mixed results.”
“Since we both agree that a court is not the right place to hear these kinds of cases, and arbitrations and commissions are an expensive endeavour, I think we can both agree that there needs to be another system set up.”
“Private arbitrations can be perfectly appropriate, but first we must ensure that they are voluntary.”
“Recommendations to hold have been the subject of numerous arbitrations.”
“As the dissent notes, the Court did not go so far as to say that class-arbitrations are unavailable to parties (such as consumers) who enter into contracts of adhesion which contain arbitration clauses but which are silent on the availability of a class-arbitration procedure.”
“Mr. Stoltmann says arbitrations related to suitability against discount brokers are generally seen as unwinnable in his industry.”
“UBS keeps losing the arbitrations, but it gets to keeps litigating.”
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