Sorry, Harvey

Jamieson, Dan
March 2002
On Wall Street;Mar2002, Vol. 12 Issue 3, p12
Trade Publication
Comments on the strategy of SEC chairman Harvey Pitt in dealing with the issues related to Merrill Lynch & Co. Inc. Rule II in the U.S. Prohibition of arbitrators from modifying and dissolving court orders by the rules; Formation of lawyer-heavy pools of arbitrators to hear cases on securities; Input and advocacy of constituencies into rulemaking. INSET: TRO RULE TIMELINE.


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