By the attorneys of Jenkins Fenstermaker, PLLC posted in Labor and Employment on Tuesday, January 23, 2018.
When legal disputes arise, many expect to be vindicated by a decision made at a trial. The justice achieved in jury or bench trials is dramatized regularly on television, and we buy into that picture of litigation. But the reality is that juries are not made up of actors, and jurors don't always behave in predictable, stereotypical ways. Sometimes, alternative dispute resolution is a less expensive and more secure way to achieve the goals in your legal dispute. Before insisting on their day in court, litigants should consider arbitration in West Virginia.