If you ask me to arbitrate your case, I will meet with you and the other party or parties, learn about the case, and decide it for you. If you have agreed to "binding" arbitration, my decision ends the case. If you have agreed to "non-binding" arbitration (which is much more popular) my decision doesn't end the case; you may still go to court and litigate the matter there. In non-binding arbitration, my decision serves as advice: here's what I think will happen if you present the same facts and law to a judge. You have the option of taking my advice or leaving it and going to court.



John C. Sheldon
Maine Dispute Resolution
88 Starlight Way
Westbrook, ME 04092
Office 207-591-5365
Cell 207-712-9585
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