The securities markets in the United States have provided increasingly sophisticated arbitration fora for the resolution of securities disputes. U.S. statutory and case law, moreover, has been increasingly favorable to the resolution of international commercial disputes by arbitration. As international markets continue to link, and cross-border disputes arise, parties will be challenged to make creative application of the new arbitrations rules, and to identify areas where change and accommodation are needed.
Catherine McGuire and Robert Love,
Dispute Resolution between Investors and Broker-Dealers in the United States Securities Markets,
14 Hastings Int'l & Comp. L. Rev. 431
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