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a person, usually appointed, who decides the issues or results, or supervises the conduct, of a competition or conflict

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someone chosen to judge and decide a disputed issue

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As time the passed, the Arbitral Tribunal came under significant pressure to reach the final decision.
Article 380 provides that the foreign award will not be enforced unless it is verified that (i) the tribunal had jurisdiction, (ii) the parties had notice of the proceedings and were represented, (iii) the award has become final and is not subject to appeal to the arbitral tribunal, and (iv) the award does not conflict with a previous judgment or order of a competent Qatari court and is not contrary to public policy or morality in Qatar.
351) Likewise, other commentators have recognized the importance of arbitral receptivity, noting that "It]he arbitral tribunal performs the role of a gatekeeper guarding the limited application of section 1782 in aid of foreign arbitral proceedings in various ways.
The Arbitral Tribunal also ordered Planor to take the necessary steps to close the transaction contemplated by the MOA within 60 days as from the notification of the award, on penalty of a e1/410,000 per day in the way of non-compliance fine as from the 61st day.
33) Although the arbitral tribunal awarded Termorio more than $60 million in damages, the state-owned public utility defendant utilized its connections and obtained an "extraordinary writ" from a local Colombian court, which overturned and nullified the arbitral award because the agreement's arbitration clause allegedly violated Colombian law.
Who supports the costs of the arbitration is a decision that is taken by the arbitral tribunal in its final award.
s secure foundation as an arbitral tribunal for over three-quarters of a century is the reason it continues to be relied upon most frequently in arbitrating international disputes.
NASDAQ: AZPN), a leading provider of software and services to the process industries, announced that an Arbitral Tribunal operating under the auspices of the International Court of Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce had issued a partial final award in the arbitration proceeding captioned Aspen Technology, Inc.
The Philippines discussed its deprivation of fishing and exploration rights, during the second day of hearings on its case against China at the Arbitral Tribunal at the Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague, Netherlands on Wednesday.
Information has come to FBME Limited that the Republic of Cyprus at the arbitral tribunal at the ICC [International Chamber of Commerce] in Paris, are seeking to have the Cyprus branch of FBME Bank closed on the grounds that no buyers for the branch have been found," the bank's owners said in a statement.
Czech Republic, the arbitral tribunal analyzed the ordinary meaning and context of the "fair and equitable treatment" in the light of the VCLT.
The centre trains people on dumping, arbitral tribunal, trademarks, customs unions and common markets, and aims to spread awareness on the impiortance of the matter to the development of the economy.
Following the decision of the Arbitral Tribunal constituted under the rules of the International Chamber of Commerce of Paris that concluded the first phase of arbitration in September 2013 and a preliminary injunction by the regional civil court of Bonn, SES (NYSE Euronext Paris and Luxembourg Stock Exchange: SESG) and Eutelsat Communications (NYSE Euronext Paris: ETL) have collaborated in the best interest of customers to ensure a smooth transition of operations on frequencies at 28.