Kentucky Arbitrator Directory
Kentucky Arbitration is a dispute resolution process in which a neutral Kentucky Arbitrator is selected and empowered to make a decision between parties having complaints or dispute. The Kentucky Arbitrator hears the disagreement and evidence presented by each party. After careful review considering all relevant information, the Kentucky Arbitrator will issue an award to the party having the stronger case. Kentucky Arbitration decisions may be either binding or non-binding, depending on the terms of the arbitration clause agreement. Binding arbitration decisions have the same significance as a court judgment. The Kentucky Arbitrator award cannot be reviewed by a court, and there cannot be an appeal of the Kentucky Arbitrator's decision.
Kentucky Arbitration is considered less expensive and a
dispute resolution alternative than through Court litigation.
Kentucky Arbitration can resolve disputes confidentially. Generally, an
Arbitration Clause is inserted into
an agreement contract between the parties which will specify Kentucky
Arbitration instead of resolving disputes in Kentucky Court.
Arbitration Clause should be reviewed by an attorney. If an Arbitration
Clause does not exist, both parties can mutually agree to have their
dispute resolved by Kentucky Arbitration.
The Kentucky Arbitrator is a knowledgeable trained professional who conducts the Kentucky Arbitration. In the Kentucky Arbitrator Directory you will find Kentucky Arbitrators and their expertise. Select the Kentucky Arbitrator who has expertise in your dispute. For example, a dispute involving an employment agreement may be best handled by the Kentucky Arbitrator with expertise in Kentucky employment law and labor contracts.
What types of disputes can be arbitrated through Kentucky Arbitration? Any type of disagreement can be arbitrated, including disputes involving businesses and consumers, employment claims, real estate and construction issues. Kentucky Arbitration is utilized when there is an adversarial situation and the parties wish to resolve the dispute in private without court litigation.
If legal action is necessary, before contacting a Kentucky Arbitrator, we suggest that you educate yourself on law and the legal process by reading the books mentioned in our recommended reading section.