What you Need to Know about the Arbitration Process in the UK
Do you need a legal claim decided - but are worried about the time, complexity and spiraling costs involved in litigation? Would it help if there was a way of getting the matter decided by an expert who knows your sector and who you trust to come up with the right decision, on a fixed price basis?
At LawBite, we understand how costly litigation can be, financially and time-wise which is why our arbitration services are affordable and accessible to all businesses. Our Arbitrators can support your business' needs from helping you learn more about the arbitration process in the UK to providing general arbitration advice.
Whether you are a small business starting out or a more mature enterprise, it is likely that a dispute will arise that needs to be addressed. You can book a free 15-minute lawyer consultation
to find out more about how our arbitration services can support your business.
What is Arbitration?
There are several ways to manage disputes
, from negotiation
. However, arbitration is one of the most formal alternative dispute resolution methods, and because it doesn’t take place through the Courts it is quicker and more affordable. You can read more about the different types of dispute resolution
in our recent blog.
The arbitration process in the UK involves appointing a trained and neutral third party, otherwise known as an arbitrator, to decide the dispute for the parties. The arbitrator is chosen by the parties and is an expert in their business sector. They are appointed on a fixed-price basis, though either or both sides may incur other legal costs if they use lawyers to represent them in the arbitration.
If you want to learn about arbitration and how our expert arbitration solicitors can support you through your dispute, read our blog on what arbitration is
How can LawBite’s Arbitration Solicitors provide Expert Arbitration Services?
At LawBite, we are proud to provide professional arbitration services to small businesses in the UK. Our arbitration lawyers and solicitors can support you with the following:
- draft Arbitration clauses to go in contracts
- help persuade the other party to accept Arbitration if it is not included in the contract
- assist you with sourcing an accredited third party arbitrator
- provide arbitration advice on how best to prepare for the arbitration
- attend any arbitration meetings or hearings with you
- help you present or defend the claim by providing expert arbitration advice
- help you negotiate a settlement of the claim with the other side on the best terms for you
Our arbitration services are designed to give you the best possible chance of resolving your dispute. Contact us
today to discuss how our arbitration lawyers can help get the best result for you and your business.
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At LawBite, we believe that great legal advice is a fundamental business right. We are committed to providing your business with expert legal advice that is:
- easier to access
- clearer to understand
- more affordable
Many businesses find traditional law cumbersome, difficult to navigate and often full of hidden charges. Therefore, it is no surprise that SMEs instinctively turn to LawBite to solve their business legal problems, giving us a 98% service rating on feefo.
LawBite online lawyers and online solicitors provide expert legal advice on all commercial and business matters, including arbitration. Book a no commit 15-minute call with our friendly lawyers today or learn more by joining LawBite for free.