Arbitraj Comercial International - "Ad-Hoc" si Institutional - ADR

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                              *SCHEDULE OF FEES*


• The Arbitration Judge reviews your case documents and discusses settlement options.
• Fee: US $500 per party for up to 30 pages submission.


• The Arbitration Judge works with parties to facilitate an agreement.
• Fee: US $2000 to US $5000 per party per day.


• The Arbitration Judge, after weighing the evidence and the law, renders a decision.
• Cases billed on a project basis, based on the time and complexity of the dispute.

Arbitration by international treaties.

• Cases billed on a project basis, based on the time and complexity of the dispute.
• Administration Fee: US $2,800.

Referee/ Special Master

• The Arbitration Judge will manage complex cases.
• Referee discovery, fact finding, pro tem, focus juries.
• Preside at private trial.
• Fees to be determined per task.

Mircea Halaciuga, Esq. Arbitration Judge
European Commission Expert, Member Int'l Bar Association

Choose one Specialist to decide the issues as they arise.

                    ABOUT ARBITRATION :

   Arbitration is a private process in which the parties submit their dispute for decision by a Judge. Arbitration can be voluntary or by contract. The decision of the arbitrator is usually binding, although in some cases the parties can submit to non-binding arbitration.

   Arbitration often results in a legal ruling in less time and with less expense than when litigating in a public court.

   Arbitration is an adversarial process. Attorneys often submit briefs and supporting documentation as they would for a court trial. Evidence, including witness testimony, documentary and physical evidence may be offered. Before rendering a decision, the Judge weighs the evidence and the rule of law as in a public court. Arbitration decisions are usually given in writing within thirty days following the final hearing.

   Arbitration can be cost effective by reducing the amount of time required to prepare and present a case and by having a decision rendered in a timely fashion.

   Choose one Specialist to decide the issues as they arise.

  If you have a complex dispute and there are many parties involved, you need a Special Master/Referee to decide issues as they arise. A Private Judge will be assigned to work with you on all issues until resolution. There's no reason you have to wait for months to get a decision on interim legal issues such as discovery and law and motion.

   Choose a Referee to review confidential documents and decide whether they must be disclosed.

  You may be part of a large lawsuit where many parties have been named, but many smaller disputes are anticipated in addition to the main issues.
   The parties may have disagreements about whether they should exchange documents, whether any of those documents contain trade secrets or proprietary information. Your boss or client may not want to go to court because of fear the documents will be seen by competitors or others. An experienced Arbitration Judge is needed to confidentially review the documents and decide.

   Choose a Special Master for disputes that involve many parties, when coordination is essential to find a fair outcome.

Example: A class action lawsuit has been filed and there are parties to the lawsuit in many parts of the country and lawyers in several jurisdictions may be involved. A respected, experienced, retired judge is needed to coordinate the case and help in selecting the best dispute resolution to fit the facts and needs of the parties. Choose a referee with skills in managing large group litigation.


   Mediation is a private voluntary process in which the Private Judge facilitates communication among and between parties to promote a settlement. The Judge does not make the decision on the relative responsibilities of the parties or damages to be paid by one party to the other.
   Most mediations involve all parties to the dispute, along with their attorneys. Sometimes insurance representatives and other advisors are included. Issues and possible outcomes are discussed in a controlled and collaborative process. The Private Judge serves as an impartial, neutral, and balanced facilitator to insure that points of view are explored and possible settlement opportunities are fully explored.
   In typical cases attorneys will submit briefs and supporting documentation for review before the settlement conference. Less complex cases can usually be settled with one "all-hands" conference in one day or less.
   Mediation and settlement discussions are confidential under some governmental law. Statements that are made and positions that are taken in the course of mediation cannot be used in court should the case fail to settle.
   Mediation can be particularly effective to peacefully settle disputes among people who have continuing business ties. Parties are free to explore creative options outside the adversarial process of litigation. Mediation is cost effective because settlement can often be reached early in the litigation process before large sums have been spent on discovery proceedings.
   A mediated settlement can be reduced to written agreement that is enforceable in most jurisdictions.


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