Bring your questions about mediation and arbitration to this informative session. Aiken Schenk attorneys have represented business owners and investors in a variety of high-stakes business disputes.
Although both processes take place outside of a court room, arbitration and mediation are quite different methods to resolve disputes. An arbitrator is like a private judge. A mediator works with the parties to help them find their solution to a problem. Understanding the difference can help you determine which path is best for you.
Increasingly, businesses and individuals are turning to arbitration to settle disputes surrounding intellectual property. Infringement on intellectual property rights can be devastating, and waiting for the dispute to be solved in court can be time consuming. Arbitration can be a quicker way to end disputes, and can alleviate some of the issues that come with intellectual property infringement.
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