Our Dispute Resolution team are specialists in all forms of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR), including mediation, arbitration, and negotiation, and can advise individuals and businesses on the most appropriate course of action that will best fit their needs.
Arbitration is a form of ADR that seeks to resolve disputes without using litigation. Hearings are presided over by an arbitrator, or panel of arbitrators appointed by the parties to consider the arguments from both sides, and make a binding decision based on the evidence presented. Awards are legally binding and there are limited grounds to appeal.
If you are looking for advice and guidance on Arbitration and want to discuss your next steps, please call Muscatt Black Graf today on 0207 586 1141.
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Commercial arbitration is particularly attractive to businesses involved in complex disputes. The process is overseen by an arbitrator who is usually an expert in their field, which can help to reduce time and expense of resolving disputes.
Arbitration also maintains privacy, which is ideal for companies and individuals wanting to keep a dispute out of the public eye.
Muscatt Black Graf’s team of Arbitration specialists can advise on small-scale disputes to complex and high-value disputes for individuals and companies. We have experience in many different sectors, including:
- Financial services
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Muscatt Black Graf is a long-established specialist law firm of highly experienced lawyers who provide exceptional client care and straightforward advice.
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