How does that work?
From the time of the first hearing, it should be no more than two days. The court can set a date for further hearings if necessary to complete all of your issues. It’s very easy. You don’t have to do anything other than come in and file your case with us or make an appointment online, which is free 24/7 access to dispute resolution services at the law firm level. Then you simply pick one person from our team who will represent you for this arbitration hearing—often referred to as “arbitration counsel”—and I handle everything else, including scheduling and coordinating pre-hearing meetings between myself and my client so we can discuss their issues prior to appearing before the arbitrator. We present both sides of every issue during these pre-hearing meetings; then after that, I meet with my client just once more—on the day before they appear before the arbitrator—so we go over all those topics again because there are some very important things here that he has not asked me about yet but perhaps only his attorney told him about them so he would appear better on paper in front of an arbitrator who may or may not know what really happened (but usually does). If there is ever any question as to whether something was handled properly by me either in preparing for arbitration or during arbitration itself (which could happen), then I promise you that I must be doing something wrong out here! However,