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George Friedman to Discuss Online Disputer Resolution at International Conference in New York, NY SOUTH FLORIDA: George Friedman, Chairman of the Board of Arbitration Resolution Services, will moderate a panel at the upcoming 14th Annual Online Dispute Resolution Conference to be held in conjunction with the Pace School of Law in New York, New York….

Recently, A.M. Best interviewed Mark Norych, EVP, Arbitration Resolution Services for their A.M. Best TV Interview series. Arbitration Resolution Services’ Norych: Tech Remaking Claims Disputes Mark Norych said insurance claims professionals are benefiting from a move to telephone and video conferencing as an alternative to in-person dispute resolution. Norych was interviewed at the RIMS 2015…

The Legal Aid Society of Palm Beach County and Arbitration Services Inc. Team Up To Provide Low Income Individuals Access to Online Arbitration and Mediation Services PALM BEACH COUNTY, FL:  The Legal Aid Society of Palm Beach County, Inc. announces that innovative online arbitration service will soon be made available to its clients. “Online arbitration…

Arbitration Resolution Services, Inc. Launches New Website that Facilitates Fast and Affordable Resolution to Legal Disputes SOUTH FLORIDA: Due to the time and expense of navigating the complex legal system, lower and middle income individuals as well as many small businesses have virtually no access to appropriate legal remedies. Even more alarming is that courts…

By George H. Friedman* [This was originally published in the author’s blog at the Securities Arbitration Commentator] I recently authored a post in my blog at the Securities Arbitration Commentator, CFPB Issues Final Report on Arbitration, Telegraphing a Ban or Limits on Arbitration. Should SEC follow Suit? While the short answer was “no,” I did…

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