Arbitration, of course, is well known in the United States. What is not generally known is that there is an alternative to arbitration. The law recognizes two well developed and distinct types of alternative dispute resolution proceedings each of which lead to a final and binding result: (i) arbitration and (ii) expert determination. Expert determination is a powerful alternative to arbitration which, when properly understood, can be preferable to arbitration for certain types of disputes. Expert determinations are governed by their own body of law that is separate, distinct, and materially different from the law of arbitration.
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