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What does an arbitration lawyer do?

What does an arbitration lawyer do?

Arbitration is an alternative dispute resolution procedure parties can choose instead of going to court. Both parties generally are represented by arbitration lawyers who ensure that the case goes as smoothly as possible. Once each side has presented their case, the arbitrators debate and rule.

Who are the best arbitration lawyers in the world?

Nina participated in the Phillip C. Jessup Public International Law Moot Court Competition, representing Belgrade University in 2013 and reaching the final rounds, and she coached the Leiden Law School team for this competition in 2015. Nina joined the arbitration lawyers of Aceris in 2016.

Who is the arbitration lawyer at aceris law?

Zuzana is a French-educated arbitration lawyer, who is registered at the Paris Bar. She joined Aceris Law in 2017. She speaks English, French, Slovak and Czech fluently.

Where can I find Nina’s list of arbitration cases?

Nina has served as counsel in numerous arbitrations under the UNCITRAL, SIAC, SCC, ICC, LCIA, PCA, AAA, ICDR and other arbitration rules, involving English, Bosnian, Saudi, Uzbek, Angolan, Singapore and other laws.

How does arbitration work in the state of California?

In fact, California law often runs into conflict with federal law, and changes to the laws are ongoing. Arbitration is considered more efficient, cheaper, and faster by employers, but often employee rights are left behind. Arbitrators often side with employees, and may not take your rights as seriously as would a California court.

Who is eligible for the out of State Arbitration program?

Lawyers must be in good standing and eligible to practice before another U.S. bar. An attorney who resides in California will not be eligible to participate in this program. To apply to the OSAAC program, an attorney must:

Where can I find an employment arbitration agreement?

An employment arbitration agreement is a contract signed between an employer and employee where any dispute between the two is held in front of a private arbitrator and not a California court. Such agreements are typically found inside of a larger agreement and are rarely their own document.

Do you have to honor preexisting arbitration agreement?

But employees with preexisting arbitration agreements must honor them. Arbitration is governed by both state and federal law. In fact, California law often runs into conflict with federal law, and changes to the laws are ongoing. Arbitration is considered more efficient, cheaper, and faster by employers, but often employee rights are left behind.