In arbitration, our professional arbitrators conduct a hearing where the parties and their attorneys present written and oral evidence.
The rules of evidence are relaxed, allowing the parties more latitude in communicating their differences. This process may enhance each party’s satisfaction with the arbitration proceedures.
Following the hearing, the arbitrator renders a decision which may be accompanied by an explanation, if requested. The opinion enables the parties to understand the reasons for the decision and, therefore, to accept it as a resolution of the dispute. The arbitrator’s decision is final and binding.