adjudicative claims arbitration

adjudicative claims arbitration
This form of dispute resolution is concerned primarily with tort and other claims involving small amounts as distinguished from the traditional categories of arbitration in the fields of labor, commerce and international trade. Designed to relieve courts of burden of handling such cases

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