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  • adj

Synonyms for arbitral

relating to or resulting from arbitration

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Our central finding is that the arbitration clauses of providers that specify the AAA and JAMS clearly fail the majority of the provisions of these two arbitral providers' consumer due process fairness tests.
An Arbitral Tribunal of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) in Paris has decided it has jurisdiction over the claims by the owners of the Federal Bank of the Middle East (FBME) against the Republic of Cyprus regarding the Lebanese-Cyprus Treaty governing the protection of investor rights, the bank said on Sunday.
We have always been consistent whether it is with the ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations), or whether it is with the Arbitral Tribunal, the President has always emphasized the primacy of the rule of law.
8 of the QICCA Rules requires the arbitral tribunal to do its best to issue an award within six months, if no adjustment to the timetable is made.
Expedition in the arbitral process may get to the result faster, but there may be important facts that are left out.
Zhang said Manila had not consulted Beijing before it made the move to bring the issue before the Arbitral Tribunal.
an arbitral tribunal or supervising domestic court) provide clarification on the meaning and application of those rules, hence interpretative determinacy, can potentially make up for textual indeterminacy.
The AFI will have to pay 50 per cent of the arbitral cost which amounts to Swiss Francs 11,982 ( ` 6,93,152).
La guerre des Miss n'est toujours pas eteinte: lundi soir, le comite Miss Prestige national entend proceder, comme l'an dernier, a l'election de sa propre reine de beaute, au Lido a Paris, avec comme "invitee d'honneur" Genevieve de Fontenay, malgre un jugement du tribunal arbitral qui a interdit la ceremonie organisee "directement ou indirectement" par la dame au chapeau.
Although arbitral concepts of privacy and confidentiality may be attractive to parties to trust disputes, there are some potential problems in this regard.
The new Law sets out a helpful procedure for the selection of arbitrators where parties cannot agree the constitution of the arbitral tribunal.
Few legal concepts in international arbitration are more indefinite in nature, dubious in scope and uncertain in inexistence than confidentiality," which lacks "conceptual uniformity and shows clear limitations," according to the author of this volume, who seeks to bring greater coherence to the issue through an analysis of the concept of confidentiality as reflected by the most important arbitration rules, national laws, other arbitration-related enactments, and practices of arbitral tribunals and domestic courts around the world.
Great strides have been made in the sector and I am looking forward to hosting the Arbitral Women Breakfast event, during which we will discuss international commercial arbitration with pioneering female arbitrators such as Mireille Bouzols Breton, Fiona Campbell, and Nayla Comair-Obei".
BP said that an arbitral tribunal ruled in favour of keeping the interim injunction.