Arbitration


Arbitration is a form of private dispute resolution. Arbitration is a binding procedure. A.R.C. is a private organization that oversees and administers the process. If the parties have agreed to arbitrate their dispute, then A.R.C. provides a list of available arbitrators and provides rules under which the arbitration will be conducted. Parties often select an arbitrator on the basis of their substantive legal expertise in a particular area of law. Next, the parties are provided with a date for their final hearing. At the final hearing, the arbitrator will hear the evidence and review the documents and then render a decision.
 

Unless the parties have agreed otherwise, the arbitrator's decision is final and binding, subject only to a very limited court review. Most arbitration is the result of a written contract entered into by the parties. By agreeing to arbitrate their dispute, the parties have agreed to waive their fundamental and constitutional rights to a trial by a jury.
 

The A.R.C. Mediation team invites you to view our list of accomplished mediators and arbitrators.
 


If you have any questions about our services, contact us today. We look forward to helping you resolve your dispute.