Arbitration, Following the Law of the Land and the Rights of the Earth

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Navigating the intricacies of the law can be a difficult thing to do. There are a number of different reasons why you may find yourself in front of a judge, whether you find yourself involved in a criminal case, or you are fighting to protect your intellectual property, or anything in between. Some cases might not require you to appear in front of the judge, but will call for arbitration services, or some other type of alternative dispute resolution. Arbitration cases are much like those that employ mediation services, where a third party is involved, working to come up with a solution or compromise that both parties involved in the arbitratio

What is Class Arbitration?

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Arbitration is a form of alternative dispute resolution. In this method, the disputing parties give a non-biased third party arbitrator the power to make a decision. Unlike mediation, the arbitrator?s decision is binding as if in a court of law.

What is class arbitration?
Class arbitration occurs when a number of plaintiffs come together to file a complaint against an entity. The most common examples of this occur in product