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Litigation, Arbitration, and Administrative Hearings

Litigation, arbitration, and administrative hearings are all formal legal processes that allow for the resolution of disputes. 

Litigation is a process in which parties to a dispute seek resolution by utilizing the court system. Through litigation, parties can present their cases before a judge or jury and ultimately seek financial or other remedies that have been determined through the courts.

Arbitration is a process that allows parties to resolve their disputes without the need for court involvement. Instead, an arbitrator or panel of arbitrators is appointed by the parties to make a decision in dispute resolution.

Administrative hearings are similar to arbitration but involve an administrative body instead of an arbitrator making decisions on behalf of the parties involved.

No matter what process is right for your circumstance, remember that each process has its own unique set of rules and procedures. Having an attorney that specializes in the applicable field will help to ensure that your rights and interests are protected. Litigation, arbitration, and administrative hearings are a powerful tool for resolving disputes.

Resolve Disputes With the Help of an Attorney

Each form of dispute resolution requires a different approach. Depending on the complexity of your case and the type of dispute, an attorney can help you determine the best course of action to take to resolve your dispute. They will provide valuable guidance throughout the process and ensure that all applicable laws are followed.

Whether it is through litigation, arbitration, or administrative hearings, having an experienced attorney on your side can make all the difference in the resolution of your dispute. 

Our attorneys are experienced in handling a variety of dispute resolution processes. We are committed to helping our clients navigate the complexities that come with these proceedings and ensure that their rights and interests are protected. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Which type of dispute resolution should I choose?

The type of dispute resolution you should choose depends on the nature of your dispute, the amount of money or other remedies sought, and the complexity of the case. You should consult with an attorney that specializes in this area to help determine which process is suitable for your particular situation.

How long will the dispute resolution process take?

The length of time it takes to resolve a dispute depends on the complexity of the case and the type of dispute resolution chosen. An attorney can help provide an estimate of how long the process may take.

What are some potential remedies after dispute resolution?

Potential remedies depend on the specific circumstances of each case and the type of dispute resolution chosen. Common remedies may include financial awards, changes to contracts or agreements, and orders requiring certain actions to be taken by one or both parties. Your attorney can provide additional information on potential remedies available in your particular situation.

I need help with a dispute. Can Dooley Gembala help?

Yes! Our experienced attorneys are here to help you navigate the dispute resolution process and ensure that your rights and interests are protected. Contact us today to learn more about how we can help. You can reach us via phone at (440) 930-4001 or visit our law firm at 5455 Detroit Road, Sheffield Village, Ohio 44054


Dooley Gembala is among the top-rated law firms in the Lorain County area. From corporate litigation to family disputes, there is a specialized attorney at Dooley Gembala who can tend to your legal needs. With more than 30 practice areas, clients can rest assured that the attorneys at Dooley Gembala have the expertise and experience needed for successful outcomes. Schedule your consultation online here or give us a call at (440) 930-4001. Our friendly and knowledgeable staff is ready to assist you! We look forward to hearing from you soon.

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