When parties agree to arbitrate, it generally means they’ve agreed not file a case in court. Instead, their legal dispute will be heard by a private, neutral, third party (the arbitrator). The arbitrator will hear each side’s evidence and arguments and then making a ruling. The arbitrator’s decision is generally binding on the parties and enforceable in court. Arbitration can take many different forms so it’s important to know what rules apply if you have signed an arbitration agreement at your job.
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