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Stockbroker Mediation

Common Stockbroker Mediation Questions

What can you expect during a mediation of your investor claim?

Many lawyers choose to resolve client's claims through mediation, rather than allow arbitrator to make the final decision. This voluntary process has several steps that, if done properly, give you a level of predictability and control.

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What is FINRA mediation and how does it differ from FINRA arbitration?

The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority has two methods for dispute resolution - mediation and arbitration. These are two separate methods used for different purposes. Mediation is voluntary and typically more informal than arbitration

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Who chooses the mediator when a claim is handled in securities mediation through FINRA?

If you choose mediation to settle a dispute then you maintain some control over who the mediator is, however, so does the other party. The mediator has to be a neutral, third party.

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What happens if I can't reach a settlement in securities mediation?

While most disputes between investors and their brokers are settled during mediation, this process is sometimes unsuccessful in coming to a resolution. In the event that this happens, arbitration can be pursued.

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If my broker dispute is handled in mediation, will the decision be considered binding?

Mediation, unlike arbitration, is non-binding. For this reason, brokerage firms often don’t pay the full value of what they owe the claimant, making arbitration necessary in many cases.

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