PIABAPublic Investors Arbitration Bar Association
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According to the announcement, CCH and SAC recently discovered that PIABA had set about formally and systematically to extract and duplicate for its own commercial use more than 26,000 arbitration-award documents and other information in a proprietary electronic format from the CCH product.
Project Piaba helps develop fishery management procedures, which give local people incentive to preserve the integrity of their aquatic ecolosystems and maintain their cultural and terrestrial environment as well.
PIABA also announced that Christine Lazaro will be the executive vice president/president-elect.
Approval of the rule "helps to reduce FINRA's lack of transparency about a broker's complaint history," said Jason Doss, president of the Public Investors Arbitration Bar Association (PIABA), in a statement.
Schulz, Due Diligence: Securities Applications and Regulatory Requirements, 2011, 17 PIABA B.J.
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4,500m of drilling at Piaba and 1,800m at Tatajuba has increased the resources by nearly fifty percent.
Apistogramma spp., Cheirodon piaba, Hyphessobrycon eques, Odontostilbe paraguayensis, Otocinclus vestitus, Pyrrhulina australis).
"The perception within the legal investor community is that the FINRA [arb] panels are skewed in favor of the industry," said Charles Field, who co-chairs Sanford Heisler's Financial Services Litigation practice and is part of a committee of lawyers from the Public Investors Arbitration Bar Association (PIABA), a group of lawyers that represents investors in arbitration against brokers.
A study of more than 1,600 arbitration cases over the past five years shows an "alarmingly high" rate of brokers who were able to get their arbitration histories wiped clean, leaving investors vulnerable to potential fraud and abuse, according to a report released in mid-October by the Public Investors Arbitration Bar Association (PIABA).