Attorney Frank E. Reardon is an approved Arbitrator for both the American Bar Association and the American Health Lawyers association and has served in this capacity in a wide variety of matters, including Health Care, Contract, Business, and Employment matters throughout New England. Attorney Reardon has assisted counsel in successfully resolving matters both simple and complex as an Arbitrator, in large part due to his over 30 years of experience as a litigator.
Our attorneys have advocated for clients in arbitration for over thirty years as well.
Arbitration is a form of alternative dispute resolution and a fast way to get a final decision when a dispute has arisen. Arbitration is more flexible and typically less formal than litigation in a court. Usually, an arbitration can be scheduled faster than a trial.
Arbitration may be mandatory, as it can be required by law for some court cases. State law requires that some cases filed in state courts go to mandatory arbitration. Arbitration can also be voluntary, where Parties may agree to arbitration before or after filing a court case, or may have a contract that requires them to arbitrate disputes.
In arbitration, two sides present their evidence to an arbitrator. The arbitrator decides who wins in the dispute providing the same function that a judge or jury would normally do in court.
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