What Happens if You Lose in Arbitration?

What Happens if You Lose in Arbitration?

When arbitration is all said and done, there is always going to be a party who feels like they lost the arbitration.  This party will often need to consider what happens when they lose and whether there is anything they can do to contest the award.  Arbitration is often the end of the road because …

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Demand for Arbitration

Demand for Arbitration

When a party is looking to begin the process of arbitration, they will usually create and send a demand for arbitration.  A demand for arbitration is what will start the arbitration process as the parties have agreed upon.  Those on the receiving end may or may not understand what the process means, but they will …

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NAM: National Arbitration and Mediation

NAM: National Arbitration and Mediation

  When people are seeking out alternative dispute resolution services in the United States, many will look straight to NAM: National Arbitration and Mediation.  NAM has regularly been recognized as the leading alternative dispute resolution provider in the United States has provided exceptional service for almost 30 years.  The services provided by NAM and the …

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AAA Construction Rules

AAA Construction Rules

When a dispute arises during a construction project, the parties may use the AAA Construction Rules, which cover arbitration and mediation procedures for construction disputes governed by the American Arbitration Association.  It allows the parties to a dispute to attempt to resolve their disagreement without going through a trial and litigating the dispute in front …

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How to Prepare for a Real Estate Arbitration?

Real Estate Arbitration

How to prepare for a real estate arbitration? When problems arise in buying or selling real estate, many participants have started to turn to real estate arbitration and mediation.  Buying and selling real estate is a big decision, whether it is a family home or a giant corporate center.  Negotiating and agreeing on a price …

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What are Impasse Solutions in Negotiation?

What are impasse solutions in negotiation?

What are impasse solutions in negotiation? We negotiate our way through life.  Every day, we enter into a series of agreements and exchanges to meet our needs.  “Negotiation” is simply a communication process between people who are trying to meet their needs and goals regarding something and need their negotiating counterparts’ cooperation to do so.  …

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Pretrial and Post Trial Motions

Pretrial and Post Trial Motions

If a case is going to trial, it is important to consider pretrial and post-trial motions that could be made to further help the case.  Motion practice can be an exciting or frustrating part of a trial for attorneys and parties, as they can help the case go their way or they can make the …

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What is a Boilerplate Contract?

What is a Boilerplate Contract

Whether or not to use boilerplate language in a contract is a question that is often considered in contract negotiation.  However, it can be difficult to determine what the best boilerplate language is to include.  There will also be situations where one of the parties is unaware of what boilerplate language is and how it …

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International NDA: All You Need to Know

international NDA

In our international world, there may come a time when two parties need to create an international nondisclosure agreement or NDA.  This scenario may arise for a variety of reasons, but when it does, the parties want to ensure that their information and understanding stays between them.  When this is the case, the parties may …

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What is a Mediation Charge?

Mediation Charge

Sixty or seventy years ago, “I’ll see you in court” meant that it was likely we were taking our dispute before a judge or jury for trial.  But as Professor Marc Galanter has repeatedly pointed out, the American trial has been vanishing for decades. The causes of the trial’s disappearance are multiple, but cost and …

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