What is arbitration?
Arbitration is a voluntary process in which individuals choose their own decision maker, other than a judge. It is a private process and the parties decide whether the decision will be binding or non-binding. The parties generally are able to choose the level of formality of the hearing and what information may be submitted.
The process usually takes less time and can cost significantly less than the traditional legal process.
Arbitration sessions are scheduled after speaking with the parties and determining the scope of the issues.