Arbitration is a process by which a neutral third-party renders a binding decision in a legal dispute. For parties engaged in legal disputes, arbitration can offer significant time and cost savings compared to a trial by the courts.
If you are seeking arbitration services in the Twin Cities, Gilbert Mediation Center is here to provide you with the experienced, local alternative dispute resolution (ADR) services you need. We also serve clients across Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, Iowa and nationwide.
We offer state-of-the-art arbitration facilities in two convenient locations in the Twin Cities — West Metro and Downtown Minneapolis.
The Advantages of Arbitration
Although the arbitration process shares much in common with court trials, including the presentation of evidence, discovery, sworn witness testimony and oral arguments, arbitration differs from court in that it is typically:
- More flexible
- Less formal
- Private and confidential
- Simpler in its procedural rules
Arbitration is growing in popularity because of its efficiencies and simplified procedures versus the growing costs of full-blown litigation.
At Gilbert Mediation Center, our qualified neutrals are skilled arbitrators with significant experience as trial lawyers and judges. We have arbitrated numerous complex legal disputes in a broad range of legal areas, including employment disputes, contracts, insurance coverage issues, real estate and disputes over mineral rights, personal injury suits, family law disputes and business disputes of all kinds.
Minneapolis and St. Paul Arbitrators
Our Minneapolis and St. Paul arbitrators and special masters are available for scheduling. We can provide you with significant cost savings over national arbitration groups because we do not charge our clients administrative fees. We are the ADR firm trusted by numerous trial lawyers and judges throughout the Twin Cities, across Minnesota and the Dakotas and nationwide.
Contact us today online or by telephone at 952-767-0167 to book an appointment with one of our qualified neutrals.