Category Archives: Volume 42

The Great and Powerful FAA: Why Schwab’s Class Action Waiver Should Have Been Enforced Over FINRA’s Rules

Wednesday, December 31, 2014 | Comments Off on The Great and Powerful FAA: Why Schwab’s Class Action Waiver Should Have Been Enforced Over FINRA’s Rules

Article by: Clint Hale 42 PEPP. L. REV. 109 (2014) “Does the FAA limit the ability of federal regulators acting pursuant to congressional authority to impose conditions and limitations on the use of arbitration provisions in order to ensure fairness?”...

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The Universal Remedy for Attorney Abandonment: Why Holland v. Florida and Maples v. Thomas Give All Courts the Power to Vacate Civil Judgments Against Abandoned Clients by Way of Rule 60(b)(6)

Wednesday, December 31, 2014 | Comments Off on The Universal Remedy for Attorney Abandonment: Why Holland v. Florida and Maples v. Thomas Give All Courts the Power to Vacate Civil Judgments Against Abandoned Clients by Way of Rule 60(b)(6)

Article by: Stephen White 42 PEPP. L. REV. 155 (2014) The Supreme Court recently decided two cases that give hope to clients afflicted with incompetent attorneys. In Holland v. Florida and Maples v. Thomas, cases involving two different habeas corpus...

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