NASDADRNational Association of Securities Dealers Dispute Resolution
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The NASDADR recently went through a major reorganization pursuant to which the NASDAQ was sold and the regulatory operations were consolidated into a single not-for-profit entity.
NASDADR arbitrators are paid an "honorarium" that is very modest.
JAMS has adopted minimum standards of fairness applicable to consumer disputes that is similar to the AAA due process protocol, which transfers some of the expense in B2C disputes to the vendor and, as noted previously, NASDADR is probably cost effective because of its low arbitrator compensation and support from its affiliate.