Filing proceedings in court ensures that a dispute between two civil parties will be made public, unless a confidentiality order is issued under exceptional circumstances. But sometimes two parties may not want third parties to have access to sensitive information. This is where arbitration comes in.
Particularly in commercial disputes, parties will often plan to submit their dispute to either a sole arbitrator or a panel of three arbitrators, thereby resorting to a private justice system that will decide on the dispute definitively with no possibility for appeal. The procedural process is similar to the process in court, but it is generally faster and less formal. Our litigation professionals are here to guide you through the process.
We also offer mediation services in civil matters, labour law and family law.
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