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The Complete Idiot's Guide® To Lawsuits by Victoria E. Green

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How Should I Pick an Arbitrator?

Unlike the random assignment of a judge to your case in the court system, with arbitration you can actually pick the person who will decide your case. If you’re going to arbitration because you signed a contract that specifies arbitration as the way of solving a dispute, chances are pretty good that you won’t be able to pick the organization with which the arbitrator is affiliated. The arbitration organization that will be used is usually named in the contract. The reason that’s important is because, as discussed previously, the costs vary with the organization used, and so will the rules that are used to decide the case.
The selection of an arbitrator is the first thing both parties have to agree upon. Most ...

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