What does an arbitration lawyer do?
What does an arbitration lawyer do? Arbitration lawyers help their clients to secure competent experts and relevant witnesses; They assist the experts and respond to factual questions the experts may have about the case in order to prepare their expert reports; They assist witnesses with the preparation of their witness statements.
Does arbitration need a lawyer? The short answer is no, you do not need a lawyer in arbitration. However, because the dispute resolution process is adversarial in nature, and the outcome is often final and affects your rights, you may want a lawyer’s help in preparing and presenting your case.
Is arbitrator a judge or lawyer? In essence, arbitrators are more closely akin to the parties (and their counsel) than judges. Arbitrators are the professional team, hired by both sides to the dispute, to provide a proper, just, fair and practical resolution of a business dispute when negotiation doesn’t work.
How do you win an arbitration case? Try to sum up some key points in phraseology the arbitrator will remember. If you have compelling evidence, mention it. If your opponent has some evidence that hurts you but is not fatal, take the sting out by mentioning it and citing other evidence that puts it in the least harmful light.