Ideal for...

 

 

Document Interpretation

Where a conflict ultimately comes down to how the content of an agreement or governing document is interpreted, this arbitration service works well.

Parties are able to provide the arbitrator with the language of the document and receive a binding decision to conclude the matter.

There is opportunity to present your perspective and post counter-arguments to those of others; conflict of this nature can be addressed more quickly and less costly with this process over traditional, in-person arbitration.

 

 

Agreed Statements of Fact

Where the facts surrounding a dispute are not contested, this simplified arbitration process is well suited.

Such situations typically do not require much time being spent on cross-examinations of witnesses, which makes the system of online document submissions a convenient way to arbitrate.

 

 

Scheduling Difficulties

In-person and other forms of real time hearings can be difficult to schedule when those involved in a conflict have busy schedules or are travelling.

This arbitration process is designed with convenience of participants in mind. 

It allows each individual involved in the arbitration to participate when they can most easily do so, avoiding undue delays or uncomfortable sacrifices to arbitrate.