Morgan Stanley's newly expanded arbitration system is drawing criticism for tilting the playing field against advisors, curtailing rights and cloaking disputes in a cloud of secrecy, attorneys and industry insiders claim.

The dispute between the two sides hinges in part on who sets the rules for not only resolving disputes, but even what disputes can be heard.

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