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SIGNIFICANCE OF ARBITRATION REPRESENTATION IN THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY
Conflicts in construction business is one of the most sensitive part. If you are involved in building industry, it’s hard to avoid conflicts 100 percent of the time. Site owners and general contractors may argue over contract aspects, change orders, non-payment, the scale of work, or labor conditions, and other issues.
WHY YOU NEED TO HIRE THE ARBITRATION REPRESENTATION ATTORNEY
From a business point of view, it’s significant to have plan relevant to resolve disputes rapidly and effectively. From an individual point of view, you may want to ensure that your interests are under protection. Majority of construction contracts demand on binding arbitration, so it is crucial that you hire the most efficient and highly skilled attorney to guarantee the defense of your rights and interests.
WHAT TO DO WHEN FACING A PROBLEM
While arbitration is not as official as a trial, your lawyer should scrupulously understand of all related case factors and to have a keen knowledge of case law regulations which are applicable to your construction issue. You can trust on Sharova Law Office for the skilled and knowledgeable representation you deserve. Our lawyers attentively observing all the changes of construction law and have a proven record of outcomes in difficult construction disputes.
CONSTRUCTION ARBITRATION REPRESENTATION LAWYER
In arbitration, an arbitrator or panel, generally with an extensive deal of industry experience, will listen both sides of the dispute and take a decision from there. The decision that is taken by the arbitrator is legally enforceable for both parties. Arbitration has much less formalities than trial. It’s also faster and cheaper. While not required, a Sharova Law Office construction arbitration attorney can lead you through the all phases and ensure that your interests are properly represented.
CONSTRUCTION ARBITRATION REPRESENTATION LAW
Many Construction, Real Estate and other standard form contracts include paragraph which demand the sides to arbitrate their disputes (sometimes after first attempting to settle their dispute in mediation), rather than litigating in Court.
Even if a contract does not contain an arbitration provision or clause, or there is no contract between the parties, the parties can still all agree or stipulate in writing at any time to have their dispute resolved by an arbitrator, rather than by a trial in Court.
Binding Arbitration is an alternative to a trial before a Court or Jury, where an experienced neutral person with experience in the business or industry that the parties are engaged in is hired by both (or all) parties to a dispute to hear the evidence and witnesses from each side in a private and informal setting, much like a Court sitting without a jury would do.
Generally, arbitration is a faster, cheaper, more final, and less challenging process to have your dispute fixed than going through a long lasted trial, possible appeals, and the like, which call frequently take several years.
If you have an option of whether to arbitrate or go to trial, parties should review all the advantages and disadvantages as well as other consequences. Apparently the most significant consideration is who you are and who your opponent. No less important who will represent your interests.
Our legal team has proven years of practice in the litigation, arbitration and mediation of both public and private commercial and residential construction disputes, containing complicated, highly technical construction and contract disputes. Our lawyers speak on behalf of the full array of members in the building industry on a wide range of matters connected to construction disputes, including:
Construction contract disputes
Construction delay disputes
Construction defects claims
Construction lien disputes
Payment/performance bond disputes
Construction insurance claims
CONSTRUCTION ARBITRATION REPRESENTATION ATTORNEY AT SHAROVA LAW
The Law Office of Yelena Sharova support its clients across all stages of litigation, from the initial case assessment, to mediation, arbitration or trial, and appeal. We admit that soonest solving of disagreements is more desirable to escape charges and business break, and where possible, the we struggle to resolve disputes via informal measures or more formal mediation and arbitration. Where litigation is necessary, we confidently defend our construction clients by maximizing the chance of positive result while minimizing legal expenses.
Our team involves attorneys with engineering and other technical degrees and lawyers and staff fluent in Spanish, Russian and Korean among other languages.