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Synonyms for arbitration

(law) the hearing and determination of a dispute by an impartial referee agreed to by both parties (often used to settle disputes between labor and management)

the act of deciding as an arbiter

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In this article, mediation and binding arbitration (or voluntary trial resolution) are separately discussed as a backdrop to a discussion of med-arb.
We think that when all the facts are examined, the simple conclusion will be that binding arbitration provides taxpayers with an exceptional value and peace of mind.
as well adding, "Both parties have a position, but only Cablevision has joined with more than 50 government leaders with a solution, binding arbitration under the direction of a neutral third party.
Many employers embrace mandatory binding arbitration as a fast and effective way to handle disputes with their employees.
He predicted that, as a result of the new law, bargaining between transit districts and unions will go to binding arbitration "almost every time.
The Airport Company and Amicus have agreed that the dispute will be referred to a process of independent binding arbitration.
Both sides have asked the National Mediation Board to release them from contract talks, and on Monday the airline declined binding arbitration.
Merseyrail has offered to go to binding arbitration with industrial peacemaker Acas, but the RMT is yet to respond.
Similarly, when a union agrees on behalf its members that all employment-related disputes, including statutory discrimination claims, will be submitted to binding arbitration, both federal and state courts have enforced such agreements.
Recommend other improvements in the administration of the Income Tax Act, including repealing the withholding tax imposed on cross-border services, urging the Department of Finance to include binding arbitration provisions in Canada's tax treaties, and urging the Department of Finance and CCRA to streamline the reporting obligations of Canadian taxpayers in respect of their foreign affiliates.
District Judge Susan Bucklew has recommended that the dispute about Al-Arian's employment be turned over to binding arbitration, under U of South Florida's collective bargaining agreement with employees.
upheld the enforceability of an employee's agreement to waive her right to a jury trial and submit any disputes with her employer to binding arbitration.
Generally, the FAA states that binding arbitration agreements in contracts, including employment contracts, are valid, irrevocable, and enforceable.
This January, the Supreme Court overturned a lower court's decision about binding arbitration.
BINDING ARBITRATION - AS AN ALTERNATIVE TO RECOURSE TO THE COURTS - IS ONE OF THE SHINING LIGHTS ON THE HORIZON OF THE PROBLEM OF RESOLVING ISSUES BETWEEN PARTIES.