Our clients are involved in the municipal, construction, engineering and development industries and we deal with matters concerned with project planning and contract development through to project completion, maintenance and management.
Arbitration has the advantages of confidentiality, expedited processes and an expert tribunal. Arbitration is a form of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) and is usually less costly and quicker than litigation and the decision is generally binding.
Commercial Arbitration is governed by the Commercial Arbitration Act with versions varying from state to state, while International Arbitration is governed by the International Arbitration Act 1974 (Cth). Arbitration is becoming an increasingly popular method of resolving disputes with arbitration clauses frequently included in contracts. Alternatively, parties can also enter into an arbitration agreement after a dispute has arisen.
An arbitrator, who is a neutral third party is appointed often for their particular expertise in the relevant industry or the subject matter of the dispute. The arbitrator will make a decision following the hearing and will issue the arbitration award.
Doyles Arbitration Lawyers provides the Arbwatch, a regular newsletter, highlighting new and important developments and cases in Arbitration law.
The subject matter focusses on the Australian jurisdiction, however we also regularly highlight international arbitral cases of import or interest.
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