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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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Besides the question of how much weight to give a rectification in this context, there is the more general question of to what extent subsequent acts of an arbitrator may "cure" doubts as to his independence or impartiality.
An overhaul of the Bar's free fee arbitration program that will screen cases and seek to bring in more volunteer arbitrators has been approved by the Bar Board of Governors.
The introduction of Nuances cognitive arbitrator functionality solves this challenge, maximizing our customers ability to provide their own unique and differentiated experiences to end users, while also offering interoperability to the world of other assistants that deliver useful services.
We knew because of something called "arbitral immunity," which is a protection afforded to arbitrators under both federal common law (the legal precedent created by appellate court opinions) and under the statutory or common law of most every state that has considered the topic.
Jenice Malecki, a New York securities attorney, former FINRA arbitrator and a prominent member of the Public Investors Arbitration Bar Association, which has been critical of the lack of diversity on FINRA's arbitration panels, commented on the site that FINRA is doing a great job.
In addition, the arbitrator found that Centerra had made out both a prima facie case for the arbitrator to take jurisdiction over the arbitration proceeding; and a prima facie case on the merits of the case.
However, before the recent amendment to article 257, there were no specific grounds to pursue criminal proceedings against an arbitrator who had rendered a decision based on their understanding of the case and the presentations made by each party.
4) and concluded that it existed when one of the parties was a regular, though sporadic, customer of an arbitrator, who failed to disclose that fact.
Challenges and Recusals of Judges and Arbitrators in International Courts and Tribunals
Brady's arbitration before Goodell illustrates a common struggle that extends beyond the woes of fantasy leagues, and highlights a key dilemma in the arbitration process: What can litigants do when they get pulled into an arbitration where the arbitrator, or members of an arbitration panel, are biased?
This growth, increased complexity and diversification nurtured new and more challenges to the former agreement among arbitrators and parties about what is right with regard to arbitrator conduct [Rogers & Jeng, 2014, p.
However, in the third instance, it is suggested that the arbitrator should not be subject to USPAP compliance.
Arbitration is a form of alternative dispute resolution where the parties, usually to a contract, agree to have a dispute heard before a private arbitration forum and finally decided by a single arbitrator or panel of arbitrators instead of going to court to have their dispute heard publicly and decided by a judge and/or jury.
On December 23, 2013, petitioner filed its petition under Article 75 of the CPLR to vacate an award made by arbitrator Mavis Thomas on September 24, 2013.
The Cirilli plaintiffs argued that issue and claim preclusion should have bound the arbitrator in this proceeding to the same result that a different arbitrator reached 6 years before in another proceeding.