Arbitration Contracts Between Trustees and Their Investment Agents: A Warning Label

Charles E. Rounds, Jr.

Charles E. Rounds, Jr., “Arbitration Contracts Between Trustees and Their Investment Agents: A Warning Label,” 93 N. Dakota L. Rev. 263 (2018) has just been published. The article considers whether arbitration clauses in contracts between trustees and their investment managers are binding on the trust beneficiaries. The article is accessible below. It is also accessible at: Suffolk University Law School--Faculty--Full-time Faculty--Charles E. Rounds, Jr.

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