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Tricks for Getting the Most from An Arbitration
Disputes are a common part of human life not only among families and colleagues but strangers as well. There are numerous ways of resolving disputes that most people consider the most cost-effective. Arbitration is one of these conflict resolution techniques in the world today. It is prevalent for being cost-effective compared to litigation and as long as it results in satisfactory and permanent solutions to the existing problem. Unfortunately, not everyone comes out of an arbitration happy and content. Depending on the tricks you use, you can either get the most from arbitration or come out disappointed and frustrated. The next time you consider arbitration, you should invest adequately in all the tips you need to get the most from the process. We will explore some of these tips as seen below.
Make Your Arbitration Clause Clear
The primary and most effective way of keeping the arbitration process as cost-effective as you can lie in making your arbitration clause clear. It is advisable to establish all the details of how the process will be carried out in advance. That way, you kill all the chances of going back and forth over details that may have been cleared in advance thereby eliminating the unnecessary back and forth. Besides, having a thorough and clear arbitration clause allows you to set limits regarding specific processes. Some of these processes include limiting discovery. In the end, you save lots of time that would have been spent preparing for hearings which prevents it from becoming a copy of courtroom litigation.
Gather and Present the Best Evidence
Solid evidence plays a significant role in the results of your arbitration just like in courtroom litigation. You must gather, store well and present the best evidence during the process to get the best possible results from arbitration. If you have anything that works in our favor, you don’t have to worry about its admissibility as arbitrations as not as strict as courtrooms. Be sure to bring every piece of evidence to win the arbitrator’s favor and in the end, achieve your goals: getting the highest possible results from the process. Looser arbitration rules concerning the evidence used to give more power to gather any relevant piece and use it for your interests. It is up to the arbitrator to choose whether to use the evidence you present or not.
Leave room for impartiality
It is tempting to pick someone likely to favor you when choosing an arbitrator. On the contrary, it is advisable to work with arbitrators who remain impartial during the case hearing. By doing so, both parties get a fair outcome and accept the results in the end without any doubts or resentment. With utmost impartiality among the arbitrators, the chances of an appeal are high and may result in higher costs and wasted time.
An arbitrator is someone who impartially listens to a case and makes a judgment. Don’t treat them as your friend but rather someone whose goal is to make an unbiased decision.

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