This Article reviews customer rights and remedies now available under the CEA. Specifically, part II of this Article explores the scope of transactions covered by the CEA, part III addresses the antifraud provisions of the CEA, and part IV discusses the standard of intent required to prove that fraud has been committed under CEA provisions. Part V of this Article examines the secondary liability of brokerage firms and others for the fraudulent acts of its employees, part VI discusses fiduciary liability under the CEA, and part VII enumerates the various forums available for customer remedies." This Article concludes in part VIII with suggestions for improving dispute resolution in the commodity industry.
Jerry W. Markham and Kyra K. Bergin,
Customer Rights Under the Commodity Exchange Act,
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