Requirements: 200 words
Litigation is a public procedure that follows established rules that govern the process. On the contrary, arbitration resolves issues by listening and referring to written documents without following set procedures (Ortolani, 2019). Also, litigation is time-consuming and costly as the parties must follow formal procedural rules and evidence rules, while arbitration occurs whenever the arbitrator has been appointed. Litigation also involves pre-trial procedures, while arbitration is less costly due to compressed processes.