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Alternative Dispute Resolution Services

Our Arbitrators

See how our 8 arbitrators listed below can help you, click on the arrows below to view all of our arbitrators, click on READ MORE to view an individual arbitrators full CV.

  • Roderick O'Driscoll

    Rod is a Chartered Arbitrator, Accredited Mediator, a Notary Public and a qualified Solicitor of the Supreme Court

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    Ike Ehiribe

    As a Chartered Arbitrator and Adjudicator I have issued well over 400 awards and decisions in civil & commercial disputes

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  • Dr Peter Fenn

    Elected member of Dispute Resolution Faculty Board at the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors

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    Martin E Quaile

    Specialisms include building and construction, environmental, property and general commercial disputes

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  • Jeffrey C Rosenthal

    I have been extensively involved in dispute resolution work, acting as an arbitrator, expert witness and mediator

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    Ken Salmon

    Building, civil engineering, professional negligence, rail, marine, energy, site remediation & more

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  • Jonathan Tecks

    Mediated commercial mediations as sole mediator, joint mediator and party representative

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Arbitration

Parties who are in dispute and require a formal binding decision to resolve and conclude their dispute can seek the services of an arbitrator. It is usual practice for the parties to appoint just one arbitrator in some cases the parties may appoint a panel of arbitrators, usually three.

The arbitrator (s) are independent, on hearing and or reviewing the documents the parties submit they shall provide an award (decision), which is final and binding on the parties. In some cases a hearing will not be required and the arbitrator can simply provide an award (decision) through the written documents that they have received. Arbitration is much quicker than entering into litigation.