What is Arbitration?


Arbitration is a more formal proceeding than mediation and consists of one or more triers of fact who receive written evidence, hear testimony under oath and reach a decision by which the parties have previously agreed to abide. It is similar to a court trial.

The arbitration process is useful when the parties are unable to reach a mutually acceptable resolution of the dispute. It allows parties to participate in the process, to present their evidence and have a speedy resolution to the dispute without the hassle of long court calendar delays.

Just Resolutions requires that all participants to an arbitration be represented by counsel to ensure that all discovery, presentation of written documents, questioning of witnesses and other duties which must be performed are completed according to acceptable rules of procedure.

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