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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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118) In the 2003 Revision, Canon I(B) states: "One should accept appointment as an arbitrator only if fully satisfied (1) that he or she can serve without bias; [and] (2) that he or she can serve independently from the which mimics the international standard of independence and impartiality, (120) is not present in the 1977 Code of Ethics.
However, the IBA working group's unqualified statement that "nondisclosure cannot make an arbitrator partial or lacking independence; only the facts or circumstances that he or she did not disclose can do so" (34) can be criticized.
Eligibility requirements for arbitrators can be found in Rule VII in Chapter 14 of the Rules Reguling The Florida Bar.
When arbitrators do rule in the consumer's favor, they may face consequences, the report says, noting that one arbitrator was blackballed after awarding $48,000 to a consumer.
If the arbitration agreement does not specify the number of arbitrators, the dispute shall be heard and determined by one arbitrator, unless AAA, in its discretion, directs that a greater number of arbitrators be appointed.
Prohibit ex parte contacts between the arbitrator and the parties.
At the most basic level, the parties in an arbitration submit their positions--usually in writing--to the arbitrator and he or she makes a decision.
6) Today, employment contracts often include a provision requiring an employee or job applicant to settle any claims and disputes exclusively by final and binding arbitration before a neutral arbitrator.
Finally, during most (if not all) of this time frame, the bargainers do not know which arbitrator will hear the case should it reach the arbitration stage.
Of the consulting contract, the arbitrator wrote: ``We find the likelihood that a future board would reach the conclusion that it should retain Mr.
The typical reinsurance arbitrator just does not have the experience to say, for example, "I've seen that same privilege issue a hundred times before.
3D Systems disagrees with the single arbitrator s findings and conclusions and believes the arbitrator s decision exceeds his authority and disregards the applicable law.
The second function is, acting as an appraiser, testifying as to value before a single arbitrator or an arbitration panel; and the third function is, acting only and solely as an arbitrator, taking evidence presented by the parties in a hearing or by submission in writing.
As Win Rates for Investors Decline, New PIABA Report Shows 80 Percent of Arbitrators Are Male and the Average Age of Those Deciding Fate of Investors is 69; FINRA Claims Its Arbitrator Roster Is Diverse But Now Admits That It Has Not Conducted Any Studies To Measure Diversity
Obeid is the first arbitrator from the Middle East to reach this post, and also the first woman to chair the board in the institute's 100-year history.