Sometimes employment and other litigation matters are required to proceed through arbitration rather than a court trial. Arbitration may be required by the amount at stake in the case, or the existence of an arbitration agreement in an employment contract or otherwise. Arbitration may be conducted through the one of the Arbitration Services, such as the American Arbitration Association, or through private arbitrators. Arbitration may be binding or appealable. Firm attorneys are experienced with arbitrations involving small amounts as well as amounts in controversy exceeding a million dollars.

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