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     Arbitration is a process in which the parties submit their dispute to one or more impartial persons for a final and binding decision.  In arbitration, the parties define, in a contract, the procedures that will govern their proceeding. Usually, the parties are represented by their attorneys.

     The manner in which an arbitration hearing is conducted varies with the procedures set out in the contract between the parties. The arbitrator(s) will hear the evidence and make a decision. In rendering a decision, the arbitrator(s) may not follow the letter of the law. The arbitrator(s) may decide to render a decision based upon fairness and justice as applies in the case. The decision may be final and binding if provided for in the arbitration agreement. If binding, the decision must be confirmed by the court in order to make it enforceable.

      The cost of arbitration will vary with the number of arbitrators ultimately selected and the discovery procedures provided for in the arbitation contract.The use of one arbitrator and providing for modest flexible discovery is far less expensive than three arbitrators and more formal discovery. Attorneys, who know Gary Hall's reputation for impartiality and fairness, will have little problem of selecting him as the sole arbitrator in their case.  (see Bar Polls)


Mediator Arbitrator
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Carter Scholer
8150 N. Central Expwy 5th Fl
Dallas, Texas