Updated Saturday, August 29, 2015 as of 12:53 PM ET

Critics Charge Termination Forms Ripe for Abuse

FINRA has prolonged its review of who should be allowed to act as public arbitrators in its cases, with no decision possible at least until the fall. As the regulator holds off on this definition, its current arbitration process continues to yield a number of disputes over language between opposing brokers and firms.

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