Arbitration is a process in which a legal dispute is submitted, by consent of the parties, to one or more arbitrators who makes a binding decision concerning the dispute. Therefore, it becomes necessary that you are represented by the best advocate(s) to have a strategic advantage in the Sid process. Using an experienced lawyer helps in avoiding the steep learning curve about the process itself, and the best lawyers at B&B Associates LLP, Panchkula strategically build a team effort where the client provides the inputs concerning the subject matter of the dispute, while the lawyer carries the ball on the process. Our top Lawyers equipped with ‘industry competence’ regarding the dispute(s) have internalised effective techniques of presentation of cases that is not just a resultant of studying rules or books but years of experience.
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B&B Associates LLP, Panchkula, arbitration lawyer can lead you through the arbitration process swiftly. From the drafting an arbitration agreement for you and/or your business to the arbitration proceeding, the final hearing, and the confirmation of the arbitrator’s award.
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