Litigation, Arbitration and Resolution of Disputes
The primary aim of Ayman Sultan Law Firm in Egypt is to help its clients, while trying to avoid litigation whenever possible. However, when the…
The primary aim of Ayman Sultan Law Firm in Egypt is to help its clients, while trying to avoid litigation whenever possible. However, when the litigation is unavoidable, we focus on the commercial goals of our clients by assessing reputational, commercial, and legal risks. In order to so, our attorneys will carefully analyze all the weaknesses of the opponent and put forward a creative settlement approach or an optimal procedural tactic.
The criminal lawyers of Ayman Sultan Law Firm in Egypt have a vast experience in various dispute resolution techniques including litigation, arbitration, mediation, collaboration, etc. We will readily go through any path of dispute resolution and advise our clients on picking the method that is most appropriate for them. The main priority of Ayman Sultan Law Firm is to resolve disputes swiftly and efficiently, while listening to all the wants and needs of our clients.
However, before choosing whether you would like to resolve your legal dispute through litigation or arbitration, we would like to provide you some information concerning the advantages arbitration.
The Advantages of Arbitration over Litigation
- Avoids hostility. During arbitration, parties are often encouraged to participate in creating the resolution. Thus, it is much more likely that they will peacefully collaborate with each other.
- Arbitration is more affordable. The average time for resolving a case through arbitration is about two times shorter than going through litigation. Also, the process itself is a lot less complicated than a proceeding at court. All this makes arbitration a lot more affordable for the client.
- Faster than litigation. A recent study conducted by the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Services has shown that the average time of an arbitrated case was 475 days, while similar cases that went through litigation took from 18 months to 3 years to resolve.
- Flexible. Unlike court trials that have a very strict schedule, arbitration hearings can be scheduled depending on the needs of the individuals involved, including evenings and weekends.
- Simplified rules of procedure and evidence. The complicated rules of procedure and evidence do not apply to proceedings that go through arbitration. This makes them more adaptable to the needs of the people involved. Moreover, arbitration doesn’t have a discovery procedure that consists of taking and answering repositions, interrogatories, and requests to provide documents, which is often used to delay the whole processes. During arbitration, all these matters can be handled by making simple phone calls.
- Privacy. Arbitration proceedings are usually held in private. Also, it is a common practice for the parties to agree that the terms and proceedings of the final resolution will be kept confidential. This can be very advantageous for clients that wish to avoid embarrassment or if they are trying to avoid revealing private information.
If you’re looking for a lawyer to represent you in arbitration proceedings in Egypt, United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, or Qatar, you’ve come to the right place. Lawyers of Ayman Sultan Law Firm have vast knowledge and experience in all types of resolution techniques. Whether you’re looking for a DUI lawyer, immigration lawyer, patent lawyer, or for some quick legal advice, we will be able to help you! We cherish every single one of our customers, so give us a call or send us an email and we’ll do our best to provide you with the best possible service you could wish for.