Why Miles?

Founded in 2000, Miles Mediation & Arbitration has emerged as an industry leader in alternative dispute resolution (“ADR”) and has a proven track record in providing neutral services in the Southeast. Now one of the largest ADR providers in the U.S., we set ourselves apart with our highly qualified, experienced panel of neutrals and exemplary customer service. Our offices are located in Atlanta, Savannah, Charlotte, Nashville, and Jacksonville.

Arbitration at Miles

  • Miles has consistently been ranked at the top among Georgia’s ADR providers by the Daily Report. Over the years, Miles has recruited highly qualified, diverse, and knowledgeable arbitrators with domestic and international experience in various fields of law. The demanding standards for our panel of arbitrators allow our clients to trust in their arbitrators’ in-depth expertise, minimizing the risk of delays or challenges throughout the arbitration process.
  • We offer nationally and internationally accepted, comprehensive, and flexible rules that govern arbitral proceedings to promote party autonomy and provide procedural consistency. Our rules can be applied in all types of law, including commercial, construction, and employment, and different types of arbitrations including expedited and emergency arbitrations.
  • Our administrative costs and arbitrators’ fees are highly competitive. We strive to provide utmost transparency by allowing attorneys to provide their clients with accurate cost projections, timelines, and costs for each stage of the arbitration process.
  • Miles’ case management team is comprised of experienced dispute resolution experts who help ensure that your arbitration runs smoothly, from the generation of the demand until the pronouncement of the final award.

Expedited Arbitration: A Convenient, Cost-Effective Option

Did you know we offer expedited arbitration for a flat fee of $5,000 for claims of $75,000 and less? With expedited arbitration, we appoint the arbitrator and there is minimal to no discovery; a preliminary conference is scheduled to discuss any preliminary issues and set a final hearing date. Expedited arbitrations are limited to one day for a final hearing — should the arbitrator decide that more time is needed, the parties will be billed accordingly. An expedited arbitration is usually resolved within 90 days.