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Shepherd Tate and Ryan Baker Explain Jurisdictional Challenges in Non-Customer FINRA Arbitrations for Thomson Reuters' News & Insight

Thomson Reuters News & Insight blog

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October 5, 2011

Bass, Berry & Sims' Shepherd D. Tate and Ryan R. Baker provide an extensive overview of jurisdictional challenges in non-customer FINRA arbitrations in a Thomson Reuters News & Insight securities blog post, published on October 5, 2011. Using various examples, Mr. Tate and Mr. Baker explain how careful consideration of potential challenges throughout the arbitration process may reduce the costs of defending against non-customer claims and increase the chances of desirable outcomes.

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