Why arbitrate?

12KBW Arbitration has advantages over the Court system – the process of achieving a binding decision is quicker, more efficient and more cost-effective. In addition, the parties are able to select as their arbitrator a barrister who is an expert in the field of law with which the given case is concerned. Our arbitration service also offers a refuge from unhelpful pre-trial decisions, which may take little or no account of the underlying merits of a case, and from the often unpredictable and costly process of costs budgeting.

Any dispute between parties may be decided by our arbitrator. For example, in the field of personal injury and clinical negligence, our arbitrator can decide on liability issues, the value of a claim, limitation questions and claims for interim payments.

We also recognise the growth of arbitration in the employment field. Here, in particular, parties may see the benefit of referring specific issues within a case to 12KBW Arbitration.

Follow the links below for our standard form of agreement and pricing structure.

Arbitration team 

12KBW have a number of arbitrators who can provide arbitration services in a range of cases. All our arbitrators are qualified mediators and / or have judicial experience (as a Deputy High Court Judge, Recorder, Fee Paid Employment Judge or Deputy District Judge).