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ADR denying a motion to vacate a court order granting a motion to compel arbitration, a California federal court concluded that a client suing Morgan Stanley Dean Witter for failure to reimburse him for unauthorized withdrawals has no legal right to arbitration before a panel that is compliant with the new California ethics standards because the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 pre-empts application of California standards to self-regulatory organizations such as the New York Stock Exchange, of which Morgan Stanley is a member. Mayo v. Dean Witter Reynolds Inc., No. C-01-20336 JF (N.D. Calif. April 22). FOR PLAINTIFF: William E. Kennedy, Law Offices of William E. Kennedy, Santa Clara, Calif. FOR DEFENSE: Sarah A. Good and Gilbert R. Serota, Howard Rice Nemerovsky Canady Falk, San Francisco JUDGE: Jeremy Fogel

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