Arbitration is a form of extrajudicial dispute resolution that parties can use to achieve speedy and high-quality results in settling disputes. Arbitration constitutes a much broader and, in international maritime and trade matters, more efficient dispute resolution system than the public courts system. The proceedings are furthermore administered under confidentiality, unless parties would agree otherwise.
Arbitral awards are enforceable in more than 150 jurisdictions under the New York Convention (1958), which includes countries that are not a party to bilateral judicial enforcement treaties. In the light of current political developments worldwide and in particular in Europe, it is noticeable that an arbitral award will be enforcable in the United Kingdom even if the United Kingdom would no longer be an EU member.
By choosing Unum arbitration, you are opting for qualitative and speedy dispute resolution at a reasonable cost.