November 6, 2010
This change, if enacted, will be just another way for unscrupulous and fraudulent brokerage companies to "spin" their dishonest business practices and prolong arbitration.
Requiring plantiffs to produce documents pertaining to every aspect of their current and past finances is counterproductive to the intent of arbitration. How about focusing on the task at hand, see if wrongdoing occured, and let justice be served.
Forget scope creep and veering off-topic. Let's just "get 'er done" and let the cards fall where they will.