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Examples of FINRA Arbitration motions

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FINRA Arbitration Motions

Examples of FINRA Arbitration motions

Arbitration has often been compared to the traditional courts.  The major difference is that the parties are able to proceed in a much more deliberate matter.  Although arbitration is an informal process, a variety of matters may be subject to motion practice.  The following is a non-exhaustive list of common motions that can be filed in FINRA arbitration.  I will describe them more fully in subsequent postings.

  • Motion to Amend a Claim
  • Motion to Consolidate Claims
  • Motion to Sever Claims
  • Motion to Change the Hearing Location
  • Motion to Bar Defenses Due to Untimely or Incomplete Answers
  • Motion to Compel Discovery
  • Motion to Postpone a Hearing
  • Motion to Dismiss
  • Motion in Limine

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As a full-time, Mediator and Arbitrator since 2004, Ken’s overarching purpose is to leave the disputing parties in a better position than when they came to him.
Ken works to unite people into purposeful and unified directions, actions, and efforts by getting under surface appearances. By doing so, he facilitates the parties in developing their unique solutions.
Disputes addressed include business, securities, construction defects, real estate, intellectual property, employment, environment, energy, and trusts & estates.