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Felix Shipkevich December 16, 2009

IIROC issued a Rules Notice Request for Comments on its Review of IIROC Arbitration Program.
Commencing in the fall of 2008, IIROC undertook a comprehensive review and evaluation of the arbitration program. The results are discussed in the Notice.

IIROC invites public comment on the matters raised in the Notice and, particularly, the following:

1. the benefits of arbitration and the viability of the program;

2. the experience of parties to arbitration cases under the program and suggestions to improve effectiveness and utilization of the program; and

3. IIROC’s proposal to increase the award limit under the program from the current limit of $100,000.

Comments will be accepted until March 16, 2010. Comments will be posted on the IIROC web site.

15 thoughts on “IIROC invites public comment on arbitration program

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    http://allin1panel.com/blog/seven-tips-grow-social-media-marketing/

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