Kihei, HI asked in Arbitration / Mediation Law for Hawaii

Q: How long does an arbitration proceeding take?

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1 Lawyer Answer

A: It depends on many factors:

The type of case that is being arbitrated; The number of parties involved in the Arbitration;

The amount of evidence, and number witnesses that will be allowed;

The amount of the damages; The experience and abilities of the Arbitrator;

The experience and abilities of the attorneys (assuming the parties are represented by attorneys;

An Arbitration can last for one hour or a week or more, depending on the complexity of the case.

Hope that helps.

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