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The “First Hundred Days” of the Trump Administration are Over – Much Ado in the Arbitration and Financial Worlds By George H. Friedman* Chairman of the Board – Arbitration Resolution Services [This analysis by the author was originally published in the Securities Arbitration Commentator  blog. Reposted with permission of and thanks to SAC!] Time certainly…

By George H. Friedman* Chairman of the Board – Arbitration Resolution Services [This analysis by the author was originally published in the Securities Arbitration Commentator. Reposted with permission of and thanks to SAC!] I’m baaack! Below is an update of my previous guest analysis. The ten bills – all anti-arbitration and all introduced by Democrats…

ARS can forecast that experts and arbitrators are ready for cloud-based ADR… And snow is on the way. By George H. Friedman* As the mid-Atlantic and Northeast states brace for a massive blizzard (that’s me after digging for 20 minutes to clear 15 feet of my deck after the last year’s), my thoughts naturally turned…

Supreme Court Nominee Gorsuch Seems to be Pro-Arbitration! by George H. Friedman* Chairman of the Board, Arbitration Resolution Services President Trump has nominated Judge Neil M. Gorsuch of the Tenth Circuit to fill the open seat at the Supreme Court. I will leave to others reporting on the broad issues; I focus here on the…

Trump in Charge – What Does It Mean for Arbitration? By George H. Friedman* Chairman of the Board, Arbitration Resolution Services Right after Election Day, I blogged The Election is Finally Over – What Does It Mean for Arbitration? Now that Donald Trump has been inaugurated as the 45th President of the United States, I…

Consumer and Employment Arbitration – Six Things to Look for in 2017 By George H. Friedman* Over the past several weeks I’ve blogged on the state of arbitration on the eve of the election, what the election results mean for arbitration, and how my predictions for 2016 worked out. Now it’s time for me to…

My 2016 Arbitration Predictions Report Card: Batting .833 is Really Good! By George H. Friedman* Toward the end of last year I authored a blog post, Consumer Arbitration: Five Things to look for in 2016. As I’ve said many times before, one of the nice things about predicting future events is that, while people can…

By George H. Friedman* SAC Contributing Legal Editor and Board of Editors Member [This blog in part incorporates material originally published in the author’s blog at the Securities Arbitration Commentator. Reposted with permission of and thanks to SAC!] Last week I blogged on the state of mandatory or “forced” arbitration as we were about to…

Mandatory Consumer Arbitration on the Eve of the Election   By George H. Friedman* SAC Contributing Legal Editor and Board of Editors Member [This is adapted from a post originally published in the author’s blog at the Securities Arbitration Commentator. Reposted with permission of and thanks to SAC!] Readers of my blogs here and at…

Seems like I May Be Right After All on One of My 2015 Predictions – Just a Little Late   by George H. Friedman* SAC Contributing Legal Editor and Board of Editors Member [This was originally published in the author’s blog at the Securities Arbitration Commentator. It was adapted and updated from several postings originally…

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