What Is Arbitration?

Arbitration, traditionally, is a binding process where a single neutral or panel of neutrals, agreed upon by all parties to a case, hears the issues and renders a decision. It is usually a format type of hearing, similar to a bench trial. There is less formality in the presentation of evidence.

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