Legal Advice for Arbitration — 128 results
Written by attorney Donna Ballman, almost 4 years ago. STAFF PICK
Arbitration agreements and waiver of right to trial pop up all over the place in employment situations. Some of the documents employers like to stick them to get you to sign away your right... more
Written by attorney Galen Gentry, about 5 years ago. STAFF PICK
Confirm your problem is covered by the ICANN dispute resolution policy As internet marketing becomes more popular, businesses face increasing threats on the web. Common problems include... more
Written by attorney Shahin Modjarrad, about 1 year ago.
A large and growing number of corporations now require millions of their consumers and employees to sign contracts that include mandatory arbitration clauses. Most of these individuals have... more
Written by attorney Gregory Brown, over 2 years ago.
Arbitration Anyone who has ever
been involved in litigation understands the long, gruesome process of getting
their case to trial, but not many know that our judicial system allows... more
Written by attorney Michael Szklasz, about 2 months ago.
Arbitration clauses in contracts have been on the rise lately. These clauses can strip the consumer of very important rights and remedies. Any chance to have a dispute heard by an... more
Written by attorney Stephen Hance, about 1 year ago.
Bringing or defending a lawsuit in federal or state district courts is an outrageously expensive endeavor. Even simple cases in state district courts will likely costs more than $25,000.00... more
Written by attorney Christopher Cobb, 9 months ago.
By Christopher M. Cobb, Esq.
Alternative dispute resolution, or ADR, comes in many forms. Two of the most commonly used methods of ADR are arbitration and mediation. Both of these ADR... more
Written by attorney Pajman Jassim, 9 months ago.
Many have heard of arbitration or binding arbitration. Arbitration is a proceeding outside the court system, where a private arbitrator or arbitrators are appointed to preside over a case,... more
Written by attorney Thomas Hartmann, about 2 months ago.
One of the options that contracting parties may consider in deciding how to resolve potential disputes is arbitration. Some believe that arbitration is a faster, less expensive and less... more
Written by attorney Howard M Lewis, over 1 year ago.
Arbitration can be either binding or nonbinding. Binding arbitration is final and generally the outcome cannot be appealed. Nonbinding arbitration is generally mandated by the courts and... more