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The National Arbitration Forum (also known as FORUM) is a world leader in domain name dispute resolution. The FORUM was founded in 1986, with it’s headquarters based in Minneapolis, Minnesota and has offices in New Jersey.

According to their website at www.adrforum.com, the FORUM provides “fair, affordable, and accessible civil justice to all through recruitment, selection and management of a highly experienced and distinguished panel of over 1,600 former judges and seasoned lawyers. Expert FORUM arbitrators and mediators apply reasonable rules and substantive law to resolve disputes. The FORUM is the faster, lower cost and superior alternative to litigation, that ensures parties receive the same outcomes they would in court.”

The fees for filing a claim are significantly less than filing a law suit in court. The current FORUM fee schedule is generally $1,500 or less, and can be found at www.adrforum.com/….

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