Joopsman Posted March 15, 2018 Report Share Posted March 15, 2018 Please help me to understand the full meaning of the clause below concerning who pays for private contractual arbitration. This is from a GECRB agreement from 06/2012. Does this imply that they will only pay if we win in arbitration? If that is the case, then compelling arbitration may not be the best option in our case. Thanks in advance! "If you ask us to, we will pay all the fees the administrator or arbitrator charges, as long as we believe you are acting in good faith. We will always pay arbitration costs, as well as your legal fees and costs, to the extent you prevail on claims you assert against us in an arbitration proceeding which you have commenced." Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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