This Article considers the adoption of a hybrid method of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR)—Med-Arb—in securities law disputes. Because securities law ADR is currently monopolized by claims that proceed through arbitration, this Article argues that the benefits of settling a claim through mediation are being lost. Med-Arb allows parties to access the benefits of both mediation and arbitration with potentially lower economic costs and the assurance of finality of the dispute. This Article therefore presents how best to use Med-Arb to successfully resolve securities law disputes.
CU Commons Citation
Kwon, Hyung Kyun
"Med-Arb Adoption in Securities Law Disputes: Advantages and Costs,"
Concordia Law Review: Vol. 2
, Article 3.
Available at: http://commons.cu-portland.edu/clr/vol2/iss1/3