Should I Agree to Arbitration? Part 1

Should I Agree to Arbitration? Part 1 |  Bart Eagle

{5 minutes to read} People unfamiliar with the various forms of alternative dispute resolution often ask the difference between mediation and arbitration. In addition, they often want to know the difference between arbitration and a traditional lawsuit—meaning, going to court. The difference between mediation, which has been addressed in earlier articles, and arbitration is straightforward: In mediation, a neutral mediator will facilitate a negotiation between the parties with the goal of assisting the parties to arrive at a settlement that is reasonably satisfactory to all of them. The mediator makes no decisions, legal or factual; if the parties do not agree to a settlement, the case goes forward and would be resolved, if the dispute remains, in either arbitration or in court.

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