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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! About a  year ago, I authored a blog post, The New Year is Here: What’s in Store for Arbitration and the Financial Services Field. In the wake of the 2018…

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Toward the end of last year, I authored a blog post, Consumer and Employment Arbitration: Six Things to look for in 2018. Below were my views on what was coming in 2018, and how these predictions have turned out as we hit the year’s end What are the results? As Larry David says, “Pretty, pretty, pretty, pretty good.”

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Toward the end of last year, I authored a blog post, Consumer and Employment Arbitration: Six Things to look for in 2018. Below were my views on what was coming in 2018, and how these predictions have turned out as we hit the year’s end What are the results? As Larry David says, “Pretty, pretty, pretty, pretty good.”

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At long last, the midterm elections are behind us [bipartisan cheer]. The Democrats will be taking over House leadership in the next Congress, while the Republicans will expand their majority in the Senate. What might this mean for arbitration and the financial services industry?

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Many used car dealerships offer free limited warranties to incentivize buyers to purchase cars. Unfortunately, when there is a dispute over what is covered by a warranty, litigation can be very expensive, particularly for small claims. No matter the dollar amount, the dealer’s attorney still must show up in court to argue the matter because…

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