Arbitration Vs. Mediation Self-Quiz

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This form of alternative dispute resolution involves a neutral who makes a final decision in the case.
Choice 1 Arbitration only
Choice 2 Mediation only
Choice 3 Both arbitration and mediation
Choice 4 Neither arbitration nor mediation
This form of alternative dispute resolution might end without any result.
Choice 1 Arbitration only
Choice 2 Mediation only
Choice 3 Both arbitration and mediation
Choice 4 Neither arbitration nor mediation
Contractual agreements to enter into this form of alternative dispute resolution are enforceable in a court of law.
Choice 1 Arbitration only
Choice 2 Mediation only
Choice 3 Both arbitration and mediation
Choice 4 Neither arbitration nor mediation
Neutrals for this form of alternative dispute resolution are generally required to be trained and licensed by the appropriate state body.
Choice 1 Arbitration only
Choice 2 Mediation only
Choice 3 Both arbitration and mediation
Choice 4 Neither arbitration nor mediation
This form of alternative dispute resolution is always voluntary and cannot be mandated by a court.
Choice 1 Arbitration only
Choice 2 Mediation only
Choice 3 Both arbitration and mediation
Choice 4 Neither arbitration nor mediation
Once this form of alternative dispute resolution begins, the court case is temporarily suspended pending resolution.
Choice 1 Arbitration only
Choice 2 Mediation only
Choice 3 Both arbitration and mediation
Choice 4 Neither arbitration nor mediation
The nature of this form of alternative dispute resolution renders the characteristics, experience, and biases of the neutral irrelevant to the outcome.
Choice 1 Arbitration only
Choice 2 Mediation only
Choice 3 Both arbitration and mediation
Choice 4 Neither arbitration nor mediation

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