In the world of arbitration, one company’s arbitrator is another company’s mediator.
That’s why Chorleys, a new service, has emerged to provide a new way to work with arbitrators.
The ChorLEY program lets you work with a mediator and have your arbitrator’s opinion read out in your local court.
The idea is to have your arbitration court have a say on your behalf, and ChorLEngues you can also work with the mediator in a separate court, if you wish.
It works by connecting to a local arbitrator, who you can reach using the Chorlee app.
Once connected, the ChORLEY app will display the case’s final order and arbitrator and allow you to review the record in your court.
As you would normally, you can find the arbitrator in the record, or you can review the case on the app.
You can also search the court’s records to see who the arbitrators decisions are for.
In some cases, you might be able to find the original arbitrator on the court, or ask the court to issue a new arbitrator.
The app is currently available for iOS, Android, Windows, Mac, and Linux.
It costs $5.99.
Chorlengues is available for free on the Chorus app store.
Chorus for Instance was funded by the Thiel Foundation.
The Thiel Foundation is a Silicon Valley venture capital firm focused on investing in innovative technologies that build new businesses, change the world, and provide opportunities for people around the world.
For more information, visit Thiel.com.