Arbitration has become a popular alternative to litigation as a means to resolve disputes in commercial and employment settings. The process involves assigning a neutral third party (or parties) to act as the arbitrator, or arbitration panel. In some cases a panel of neutral parties is assigned to act together to achieve resolution. All relevant information is presented and reviewed by the individual arbitrator or panel, who then renders a binding decision that is subject to limited appellate review.
The arbitration process differs significantly from traditional litigation. As a result, it is important to choose an attorney skilled in the arbitration process. Our attorneys have handled a large volume of arbitration cases and possess the skills–and experience– to put together the strongest case for a positive outcome in arbitration.