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Alternative Dispute Resolution (“A.D.R.”)

A.D.R. is “Any method of resolving disputes other than by litigation.  Abbreviated as ADR.  Public courts may be asked to review the validity of ADR methods, but they will rarely overturn ADR decisions and awards if the disputing parties formed a valid contract to abide by them.  Arbitration and mediation are the two major forms of ADR.”  As defined by the Legal Information Institute.  

Arbitration Representation: Mr. Burke has represented clients collectively in over 150 FINRA, NFA and other Exchange arbitrations. The Firm has represented victims of investment fraud for over 30 years in a variety of arbitration hearings involving physical commodities, exchange traded futures and Forex, OTC foreign currency, equity securities, options, collateralized mortgage obligations, .complex structured financial products and cryptocurrencies. The Firm has been successful against large and small brokerage firms including but not limited to, Merrill Lynch, Morgan Stanley, Peregrine Financial, Oppenheimer and Smith Barney.  as well as national banking institutions.

Arbitrator:  Mr. Burke has served as an arbitrator for the National Futures Association; FINRA; New York Cotton Exchange, Inc (“NYCA”); Coffee, Sugar, Cocoa Exchange, Inc. (“CSCE”); Finex Europe; Intercontinental Commodities Exchange, Inc. (“ICE”).

Mr. Burke is an author and editor of Alternate Dispute Resolution in the Futures Industry, the preeminent resource regarding the arbitration process in the futures industry.

Leading industry expert, Gary DeWaal, recommends Alternate Dispute Resolution in the Futures Industry in “Bridging the Week,” the premier futures industry newsletter.

Alternate Dispute Resolution in the Futures Industry describes the dispute resolution process in the futures industry before the National Futures Association (NFA), which is the main forum for the hearing of disputes. The book also covers in detail reparation proceedings before the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) as well as the 2-year statute of limitations regarding claims arising under the Commodities Exchange Act. Alternate Dispute Resolution in the Futures Industry is intended for lawyers, accountants, traders, institutions, and any other potential user of the NFA arbitration process or the CFTC reparation forum, both domestically and in any country where customers use United States-based brokers.  The book is available for purchase at and Juris Publishing.