It is fast, cost effective, ensures privacy and is more informal and flexible than the courts. Our principal solicitor, Tom Brabazon, is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators. His experience and knowledge in the area is extensive so you know you are in safe hands with him.
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Many contractual disputes and commercial disputes are resolved in this way. The result is as legally binding as a decision by the High Court and, unlike the High Court, it cannot be appealed.
Once an arbitrator has been decided they will hear the evidence and submissions from both sides before making a decision or ‘award’. The arbitrator must be independent of all parties, like a judge. Parties may appoint a solicitor to represent them.
The law in Ireland on arbitration is governed by the Arbitration Act of 2010. With the introduction of this act, Ireland became a leader in international arbitration, having adopted an internationally accepted code. The Act allows individuals and businesses to modify the terms of the arbitration clauses in their contracts according to their needs. Dublin is now becoming the centre for international arbitration and ADR (Alternative Dispute Resolution).
Our principal solicitor, Tom Brabazon, is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators. His experience and knowledge in the area is extensive so you know you are in safe hands with him. We work hard as a team to meet all your needs. We will advise you on whether or not the dispute is suitable for arbitration and, if it is, we will ensure a speedy and just resolution.
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