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Synonyms for arbitrate

Synonyms for arbitrate

to make a decision about (a controversy or dispute, for example) after deliberation, as in a court of law

Synonyms for arbitrate

act between parties with a view to reconciling differences

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They find that arbitrating discrimination claims is often cheaper, quicker, more private and less arbitrary than trying them to jury verdict.
Weitzman's experience includes negotiating collective bargaining agreements and arbitrating contract disputes and he provides day-to-day and crisis advice to clients in a wide range of businesses including retailers, insurance companies, banks, the securities industry, health care, hotels, television networks, maritime industry, public utilities, a major sports and entertainment arena, beer distributors, manufacturing facilities, and the construction industry.
1997) (subcontractor precluded from arbitrating a dispute with general contractor.
In its latest proposal to Sinclair, Mediacom would accept final binding arbitration before the FCC Media Bureau under established procedures for arbitrating retransmission consent disputes previously adopted by the FCC in the News Corp.
MetaSAN/MetaLAN enables multiple users to share access to common data files in workgroups where heavy bandwidth requirements are the norm by delivering a unique approach to arbitrating data that substantially enhances performance and reliability.