Arbitration

Arbitration

What is arbitration? Arbitration is a procedure in which a neutral third party listens to both sides of a dispute and decides the matter. The parties form an agreement selecting the method of determining the arbitrator, or arbitrators, and the rules under which the arbitrator conducts the procedure. Parties involved in arbitration are effectively opting out of the court system and submitting their case for resolution by an arbitrator.  Arbitration is generally faster, less expensive and more informal than going to court.  It is also private and confidential.  The parties generally share the cost of arbitration equally.  The arbitrator’s decision is as binding on the parties as a court judgment, and the courts can enforce an arbitrator’s decision if necessary. Why should you use Jay Daugherty as your arbitrator? As an arbitrator for the last several years, Jay has conducted numerous arbitration hearings nationally, regionally and locally, making decisions and entering “reasoned awards” in most substantive areas of the law. He conducted many court trials in the areas of construction law, tort claims, condemnations, real estate, commercial litigation, and insurance law, to name just a few.  He completed a certification course in arbitration that the American Bar Association, Dispute Resolution Section sponsored and held in Washington. D.C., July 2010. And he is a panel member of The American Arbitration Association (AAA). Arbitration Fees The billing rate is $375 per hour for all services relating to arbitration.  Arbitrations requiring travel outside of the metropolitan area may require additional fees.  In such cases, additional fess  will be determined at the time of engagement or as they are incurred.  The parties to the case will share equally all arbitration fees unless otherwise agreed.  To schedule an arbitration simply click on the icon below, follow the directions and set your arbitration immediately.To schedule an arbitration simply click on the icon below, follow the directions and your arbitration is set immediately while online. Schedule Arbitration Online 
4717 Grand | Suite 830 | Kansas City, MO 64112 | 816-931-6300
Nothing contained herein is intended to give legal advice.  Individuals should always consult with an attorney before entering into a contract.

Arbitration

4717 Grand | Suite 830 | Kansas City, MO 64112 | 816-931-6300
What is arbitration? Arbitration is a procedure in which a neutral third party listens to both sides of a dispute and decides the matter. The parties form an agreement selecting the method of determining the arbitrator, or arbitrators, and the rules under which the arbitrator conducts the procedure. Parties involved in arbitration are effectively opting out of the court system and submitting their case for resolution by an arbitrator.  Arbitration is generally faster, less expensive and more informal than going to court.  It is also private and confidential.  The parties generally share the cost of arbitration equally.  The arbitrator’s decision is as binding on the parties as a court judgment, and the courts can enforce an arbitrator’s decision if necessary. Why should you use Jay Daugherty as your arbitrator? As an arbitrator for the last several years, Jay has conducted numerous arbitration hearings nationally, regionally and locally, making decisions and entering “reasoned awards” in most substantive areas of the law. He conducted many court trials in the areas of construction law, tort claims, condemnations, real estate, commercial litigation, and insurance law, to name just a few.  He completed a certification course in arbitration that the American Bar Association, Dispute Resolution Section sponsored and held in Washington. D.C., July 2010. And he is a panel member of The American Arbitration Association (AAA). Arbitration Fees The billing rate is $375 per hour for all services relating to arbitration.  Arbitrations requiring travel outside of the metropolitan area may require additional fees.  In such cases, additional fess  will be determined at the time of engagement or as they are incurred.  The parties to the case will share equally all arbitration fees unless otherwise agreed.  To schedule an arbitration simply click on the icon below, follow the directions and set your arbitration immediately.To schedule an arbitration simply click on the icon below, follow the directions and your arbitration is set immediately while online. Schedule Arbitration Online
Nothing contained herein is intended to give legal advice.  Individuals should always consult with an attorney before entering into a contract.