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Can an Arbitration Chaired by a Fake Lawyer Be Fair?

Two years ago, the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority discovered that one of its arbitrators was not what he claimed. James Frank had claimed to be a lawyer and member of several state bars. That, however, was not true. But the deception didn't come to light until after Frank had......
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