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In Greek mythos, Praxidice was venerated as the goddess of exacting justice. Orphic hymns exalt her as the steward of moral order through casting judgment upon those guilty of violating social norms and conventional rules. The daughter of Zeus and Themis, Praxidice is depicted as the embodiment of virtue and one of the three divine personages of Justice.
Not all disputes are heard in a court of law. Arbitration plays an increasingly important role in the resolution of many contemporary disputes today.
An arbitrator plays a role similar to that of a judge. The arbitrator will hear evidence presented by the parties and make a decision. Arbitrators generally do not have to base their opinion on controlling law and the rules of evidence and civil procedure that apply in court are largely inapplicable. Decisions of arbitrators usually are binding on the parties, are enforceable by state and federal courts, and afford limited opportunity for appellate review. As a result, it is imperative that you have an attorney who is familiar with the arbitration process and who understands the subtleties of presenting a case to an arbitrator as opposed to a judge or jury.
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The choice of a lawyer is an important decision and should not be based solely upon advertisements.
Past results afford no guarantee of future results. Every case is different and must be judged on its own merits.
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