What is Arbitration?

Arbitration is a dispute resolution process that is used as an alternative to a court system. Rather than suing the opposing party in a court of law, a complainant would file a demand for arbitration with the National Center for Dispute Settlement, and an arbitrator would be assigned to the case. The arbitrator would oversee the procedural and substantive issues that arise and issue a decision that is binding upon all parties.

MNAR Arbitration Information