Whether it is a written presentation or real-life cases he heads Judge Judy, Obviously, people enjoy watching courtroom dramas on TV. Therefore, it makes sense for it to be called a new video platform Quibi would give the green light to a comic series called Chrissy Court. The series is scheduled to premiere in 2020 and will make Chrissy Teigen act as a true ‘judge’ Small claims cases. The show will also feature her mother, Vilailuck “Pepper Thai” Teigen, as “Bailiff”. The parties involved in the lawsuits will agree to abide by their provisions.
But, how does a model, TV, and Twitter personality suddenly decide to become a judge? Well, two parties involved in a legal dispute can agree to arbitration instead of litigation, and the arbitrator does not necessarily need to be a lawyer.
What is arbitration?
Arbitration is a type of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR), where the parties can come to an outcome of their legal battle outside of the traditional court. While it is closely related to mediation, The main difference between these two forms of ADR It is the fact that decisions taken in arbitration are usually binding, while those taken in mediation are not. There are a few Advantages of choosing arbitration Excess litigation – arbitration is usually a faster way to resolve a legal dispute and it usually costs less than litigation.
Who can act as an arbitrator?
It may come as a shock, but an arbitrator does not necessarily need any formal legal training. In fact, the arbitrator may be an expert in a specific field or have specialized knowledge, but not have a law degree. If both parties have a contract somewhere that requires Controller Legal disputes, may also include a list of accepted arbitrators. If there is no such agreement in place, the parties can choose their arbitrator. So, if both parties want to appear on TV and allow Chrissy Teigen to make a binding decision on their legal dispute, they have more power.