Cincinnati Law Professor Barbara Black continues to do good writing on securities arbitration. Her latest:
The Past, Present and Future of Securities Arbitration between Customers and Brokerage Firms.
Wednesday, May 28, 2014
Pepperdine Law Professor Michael Helfand continues to write thoughtfully and interestingly about religious arbitration. By doing so, he fills a gap in arbitration scholarship. His current article Between Law and Religion: Procedural Challenges to Religious Arbitration Awards
Friday, May 23, 2014
Good article by St. Mary's Law Professor Ramona Lampley who writes that the Amex case calls into question the very existence of the “effective vindication doctrine.” She argues that to effectuate both the FAA and other statutes courts should compare the costs of arbitration to the costs of proceeding in litigation.
Tuesday, May 20, 2014
Summarized by Joel Grossman. Example: Calif. Court of Appeals holds unconscionable an agreement unless employer provided it in Spanish.
Saturday, May 10, 2014
Liz Kramer discusses two recent appellate cases in which the disputes were outside the scope of the arbitration clauses. Both cases relate to health insurance and medical matters.