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Monthly Archives: October 2007

When Do Statutes of Limitations Apply in Arbitration? – The Florida Bar Journal

Construction contracts, attorney-client fee agreements, employment agreements, and stock brokerage agreements are examples of contracts that frequently contain arbitration clauses. Some of these contracts are negotiated at arm’s length. Others are not. Typically, the arbitration clauses within the contracts identify the forum in which future disputes will be resolved.

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Rogue Stockbrokers and the Duty to Warn – ActionLine Published by the Florida Bar

Does an attorney have liability for the negligent referral of a client to a “rogue stockbroker”? If an attorney chooses to refer a client to a stockbroker, what are the best practices prior to making the referral?

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