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    1. Schwab Case Casts Spotlight on Securities Arbitration and its Flaws

      Schwab Case Casts Spotlight on Securities Arbitration and its Flaws

      Class-action lawsuits are the bane of most financial firms, and many recoil at the prospect of paying out millions to groups of clients if investments go sour. Now, the discount brokerage firm Charles Schwab & Company finds itself at odds with regulators as it seeks to eliminate the option of such suits for its clients...

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