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Maritime Arbitration

Maritime Arbitration | Maritime Arbitrator

Maritime laws and regulations govern local and international cases affecting business contracts, arbitration clauses, liability, settlements, and Court jurisdiction. Alternative dispute resolution (ADR), including arbitration and mediation, is faster and less expensive than court litigation. When you want to settle a dispute without going to court, you may benefit from Arbitration. Maritime disputes require specialized legal expertise. You should consult an attorney before Maritime Arbitration to discuss dispute resolution remedy options and determine the rules and procedures for the arbitration. Whether or not you plan on taking legal action, the Maritime Arbitration expert will be able to determine your best approach and advise you on the legal steps to take. The Maritime Arbitrator can assist in securing a fair settlement and protect your legal rights.

Arbitration is a legally binding method of resolving Maritime disputes outside the courts. Maritime Arbitration allows the parties to choose the Arbitrator and agree in advance to be bound by the Arbitrator's decision. There are no certifications, qualifications or specific legal requirements to be an Arbitrator. Only one Arbitrator is necessary to hear a case. Sometimes the Arbitration Clause will stipulate for three or more neutral Arbitrators. Companies often include a mandatory Arbitration Clause in their commercial contracts and agreements. If a dispute arises the parties involved are obliged to arbitrate their dispute rather than pursue traditional court litigation. There are two types of Arbitration Clauses: Binding Arbitration and Non-Binding Arbitration. In Non-Binding Arbitration, the Arbitrator decides the rights of the parties to the dispute, but the Arbitrator’s decision is not binding upon them, and no enforceable arbitration award is issued. In Binding Arbitration, the disputing parties must adhere to the Arbitrator's decision and usually cannot appeal the decision to a court. Maritime Arbitration is a face to face, private and confidential discussion where both parties tell their side of the issue. Maritime Arbitration is designed to assist businesses and private individuals to communicate their concerns and achieve a resolution to resolve their conflict without the high cost of courtroom litigation.

Maritime Arbitrator might be able to help on Maritime Cases such as:

  • Maritime Disputes
  • Arbitration Clause
  • Contract Disputes
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Business Agreements
  • Maritime Case Settlement
 

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