When you want a dispute resolved privately, expeditiously, and finally, arbitration is a preferred forum.Arbitration can provide the parties with a decider who has more experience with the type of dispute than would a judge or jury.The rules can be tailored to fit a particular dispute.When the Arbitrator decides the case, there are rarely any further appeals - - the dispute is resolved.
Mr. Ruble has served as Arbitrator in hundreds of cases.Mr. Ruble provides a fair and expeditious process, to enable parties to resolve their disputes privately, and according to the law.He will tailor the pre-hearing procedures to the particular case, commensurate with the size and complexity of the case, and will respect the desires of the parties concerning the process.Since 1988, Mr. Ruble has sat and decided more than 100 cases, ranging from $15,000 residential construction disputes to multi-million dollar commercial matters.He knows the rules and the law, he presides over a fair hearing and issues a timely and reasoned decision.
Mediation allows the parties to negotiate an agreeable resolution, through the neutral Mediator.It is private, and the parties control the outcome.
Mr. Ruble views his job as a Mediator to include structuring a process to elicit fruitful discussions among the parties, and then to convene and chair a meeting at which the parties can identify the causes of the dispute, and explore and achieve workable resolutions.
While mediating over 150 cases of all kinds, Mr. Ruble has succeeded in showing parties a way to communicate, in spite of their conflict.Mr. Ruble’s interest and background in psychology and business also help him to help parties get past emotional issues which often impede a sensible settlement.
As a construction industry Mediator, Mr. Ruble understands the various roles and relationships among owners, architects, engineers, general contractors, sub-contractors, suppliers, insurers, and bond sureties, and can effectively communicate to and among them.