At Abeer Al-Dahmani Advocates & Legal Consultancy, we offer arbitration services in the United Arab Emirates, and we have a team of experienced lawyers who can assist you throughout the entire arbitration process, from start to finish.
Arbitration is a method of resolving disputes outside of the court system and is a popular choice for many companies and individuals because it is fast, efficient, and confidential. In arbitration, the arbitrators are selected by the disputing parties and are responsible for making a decision on the dispute.
We have extensive experience in the field of arbitration and are familiar with the laws and rules governing it. We are committed to providing you with the best service and will do our utmost to help resolve your dispute in the fastest and most cost-effective manner possible.
If you are facing a dispute, arbitration may be a good option for you. Contact us today to learn more about our arbitration services at Abeer Al-Dahmani Advocates & Legal Consultancy.
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Arbitration is a dispute resolution process carried out between two or more parties with the assistance of one or more individuals (arbitrators) chosen by the parties involved.
There are several advantages to arbitration, including:
It is faster than court proceedings.
It is less costly than court proceedings.
It is more private than court proceedings.
It can be more flexible than court proceedings.
It can be more effective than court proceedings.
There are some drawbacks to arbitration, including:
It is not mandatory.
The arbitrators’ decision may not be subject to appeal.
Arbitration may not be suitable for all types of disputes.
To initiate arbitration, the parties involved must agree to arbitration. This agreement can be separate or included in a contract. Once the parties agree to arbitration, they need to choose arbitrators. Usually, the parties select the arbitrators themselves, but they can also be chosen by an arbitration organization.
The cost of arbitration varies depending on the number of arbitrators, the duration of the arbitration, and the nature of the dispute. Typically, the cost of arbitration is divided between the parties involved.