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Arbitration Panel

A committee involved in an extrajudicial means of resolving a dispute. Parties to the dispute agree to make their cases before the arbitration panel and to abide by its decision, forgoing the right to an appeal. There are generally three members of an arbitration panel, but there may be up to five. Self-regulatory organizations such as FINRA sponsor arbitration panels for the equitable resolution of disputes.

arbitration panel

A group of individuals charged with resolving a dispute between individuals and/or organizations. Arbitration panels to resolve investment disputes are sponsored by self-regulatory organizations such as NASD.
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Nevertheless, many lawyers serve as arbitrators, and most arbitration panels include at least one attorney.
This case demonstrates that FINRA Arbitration Panels are inclined to apply equity, especially when an industry professional works for nearly the entirety of the year and is profitable.
Time and again arbitration panels reject the various defenses raised by these firms.
The NASD prohibits brokerage firms like Barington from arguing to arbitration panels that New York law applies in an effort to strip investors of rights they otherwise would have in their state of residence.
Time and again arbitration panels reject the various defenses raised by these firms in their efforts to unjustly withhold hard earned compensation.
Should private arbitration panels be allowed to offer punitive damages?
Typically, such arbitration panels have been heavily stacked in management's favor, AMFA officials said.
Many lawyers have felt that lack of court discussion of important investor - broker relationship over the last 15 years has lead to chaos where different arbitration panels come to opposite conclusions under basically the same circumstances.
The NASD has also committed to improve the quality of its arbitration forum for the resolution of discrimination claims through increased diversity on arbitration panels, specialized training of arbitrators, and other enhancements.
Kendall's practice centers on litigation in the state and federal trial and appellate courts, as well as before arbitration panels.
4 percent, approximately equal to the GTE discounts recently proposed by arbitration panels in Michigan and Minnesota.