Articulate your best case in arbitration.
While arbitrators are professionally trained experts, they can be as biased as jurors. Like a mock-jury setting, we find surrogate arbitration panelists who give you a better idea of what could happen in a binding arbitration.
Arbitrators, just like jurors, appreciate effective storytelling. Whether it’s complex financial or scientific concepts or chronologies, the use of graphics and presentation technology in your stories is important in providing arbitrators with a concise, useful summary of your argument.
The feedback collected during arbitration research helps you refine arguments, strengthen weak points and adapt your messages to an arbitrator’s point of view. The same lessons can be applied to the preparation of your witnesses.