The Center regularly provides arbitration services to businesses, insurance
companies and individuals. Arbitration can most simply be referred to as private
judging since the neutral arbitrator listens to all sides and then issues a
decision that brings the dispute to a close. Since arbitration is a private
dispute resolution process, the disputing parties themselves decide upon the
rules of the arbitration process.
Additionally, prior to the commencement of the arbitration, the parties make
decisions regarding its length, its location and the authority of the
arbitrator. The parties can also decide whether to use one arbitrator as the
decision maker, or they can select a panel of arbitrators.
Arbitration can be a viable alternative to the complicated, time consuming
and costly aspects of the traditional trial process.
To schedule an arbitration or to learn more about arbitration contact:
Scot Dewhirst, CDR Co-Director, at (614) 221-2396