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Understanding Arbitration - A Comprehensive Beginner's Guide to the Process in Small Claims Court and Beyond
by: Wendy Phillips, Esq

$ 12.95
Softcover, 6 x 9, Approx 100 pages
978-1-60885-063-1
978-1-60885-063-1


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Don't let the arbitration process confuse or intimidate you.

This is YOUR guide to navigating the system - in small claims court and elsewhere - with confidence!

Who is this book for?

  • A non-lawyer involved in arbitration.
  • An employee or manager preparing for an arbitration hearing.
  • A party to a contract that included an arbitration clause.
  • A person considering filing a lawsuit or a person who is being sued.
  • A religious leader, teacher, official or any person asked to resolve a dispute between two parties.
  • Students involved in an arbitration or mediation clinic.
  • Anyone interested in knowing more about solving problems and resolving disputes.

    What's covered inside?

  • A concise yet thorough overview of the arbitration process.
  • Evaluation of the pros and cons of arbitration and help in deciding whether it's right for your situation.
  • Tips on preparing for your hearing, including how to prepare your witness.
  • Answers to questions about who will arbitrate and what qualifications best suit a good arbitrator.
  • Discussion of the key elements of a "case," including site visits, evidence, testimony and burden of proof.
  • Guidance on what to do at your hearing including making objections.
  • What to do when it's over - including enforcing your award and appealing a decision.

    Sample Arbitration Award, forms, letters, agreement and contacts included. Make sure knowledge is on your side!

    When it comes to grasping a quick understanding of the arbitration process - this guide is pure GOLD.



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