What is an arbitration clause?
I want to better understand what these are and if I need to include them in my agreement.
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An arbitration clause allows the parties to have their disputes heard by an Arbitrator (trier of fact, similar to a Judge), instead of going to court). When parties disagree, they can either go to court (the average case takes about 2 years to be heard) or to have their case tried before an arbitrator (ususally a much quicker and sometimes less expensive option). DISCLAIMER The answers to these questions do not constitute legal advice and does not create an attorney-client relationship with the attorney and anyone who reviews these responses.