arbitration is private court.
unlike engaging the public justice system to resolve a dispute, arbitration allows parties to select their own decision maker + keep their affairs private.
while without the luxury of the public paying for the adjudicator, arbitration allows for creativity, efficiencies + flexibility to allow conflict to be address more quickly + often more cost effectively than the long wait involved in going through the court system.
many parties appreciate not having to "air their dirty laundry" in the public eye.
an arbitrator is not a lawyer. parties facing a conflict can gain comfort in being able to select a decision maker familiar with the subject matter of their dispute.
marc bhalla holds domestic and international arbitrator designations. he embraces novel approches to arbitration that keep costs low, avoid delays + gives parties the chance to present a full case.
you do not have to give up a day of your life to "have your day in court". the shows + films you stream do not depict what it is really like, anyway. that is especially true for arbitration, which takes place without an audience.
participating in an arbitration online can provide all kinds of conveniences. it can also enhance the process by allowing you to make a full case when it is convenient for you to do so.
most often, online arbitration takes place by documents-only. parties offer their submissions in writing, supported by documentary evidence + witness statements.
live witness events can take place through video conferencing equipped with recording features that alleviate the cost for transcription... there are several options + much flexibility in how an arbitration can come together online.
marc bhalla has experience with a variety of online arbitration options. he would be happy to help you consider how the convenience of online arbitration can help you find closure for a conflict you face.
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