Is the Award of Arbitrators binding?
Pursuant to Illinois Supreme Court rules, any party present at the arbitration hearing can "reject" the Award of Arbitrators within 30 days of the date of the award, along with payment of a rejection fee, and completion of a Notice of Rejection form to be provided to all parties. In accordance with Supreme Court Rule 93a, the rejection fee is $200 for awards of $30,000 or less and $500 for awards greater than $30,000.

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1. What is arbitration?
2. What happens at the arbitration hearing?
3. Is the Award of Arbitrators binding?
4. Who are the Arbitrators?
5. Where is the Arbitration Center?
6. Are there rules that govern the arbitration program?
7. What happens if someone is unavailable to attend the arbitration hearing?
8. What happens after the arbitration hearing?