Scholarly Articles and Other Contributions
 

Document Type

Article

Publication Date

1985

Abstract

The study upon which this article is based was conducted in response to the explosive growth of the use of arbitration in the securities industry as a means of resolving broker/customer disputes. The study was designed to investigate whether the use that is being made of arbitration is efficient and, if inefficiencies were found, what procedures might be employed to screen out inefficient use.

This article was completed prior to the Supreme Court's recent resolution of the Dean Witter Reynolds, Inc. v. Byrd case. In light of that decision, it now appears likely that the concerns raised in the article will become even more significant.

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