Arbitration is an out of court procedure designed to resolve disputes with one or more neutral third parties involves. Arbitration utilizes rules of evidence and less formal procedures than what a trial court would utilize, leading to a resolution that is usually much quicker and more cost effective than taking a dispute resolution to court. There are numerous different types of arbitration including binding arbitration, non binding arbitration and hi-lo arbitration. With access to information and resources about arbitration and arbitration law, you can get the most out of an arbitration process, often allowing the resolution to rule in your favor.


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Disadvantages of Arbitration

Although alternative dispute resolution through arbitration is one of the most prevalently ascribed to methods for resolving disputes between indivi...

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Home Improvement Arbitration Clause

Maryland law requires home improvement contracts to have the arbitration clause initialed presumably so that the homeowner will acknowledge and un...

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Disputing Arbitration Results

Unfortunately, due to its very nature, arbitration is generally not open for appeals. Its aim is to make the decision process quicker and much more ...

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The Arbitration Process

Though it may seem complicated, the arbitration process is actually much less complex and much more inexpensive than the common litigation process, ...

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Basics of Arbitration

What is arbitration?  Arbitration is a legal mechanism used to resolve disputes through the aid of a neutral third-party who is given the authorit...

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