dispute

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Synonyms for dispute

Synonyms for dispute

to put forth reasons for or against something, often excitedly

to take a stand against

Synonyms for dispute

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7) This reflects an assumption that disputants can be encouraged to behave rationally in resolving their disputes expeditiously if the "right" process format can be identified.
After the arbitration occurs and and award is entered, actions to confirm, modify, or vacate the award would logically be permissible in federal court in Chicago, New York, Los Angeles, or possibly other jurisdictions depending on the operations of the disputants.
involving determinations as to how disputants will relate to one another on a practical/functional level.
Although part of the reason for maintaining neutrality is that it allows the disputants to practice autonomy--since they are supposed to work out their differences themselves--Gibson suggests that mediator neutrality can actually conflict with this goal.
This process thus provides a range of options for consideration according to the situation and context within which the disputants reside.
authority get top marks not only by its coverage of a controversy in the field, but also because the disputants in the brouhaha chose to fight it out in the pages of The Cancer Letter.
A partnership was announced between the DIFC and the London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA) in February last year allowing UAE disputants access to highly qualified arbitrators of the LCIA.
This Article also analyzes ways that American business and legal culture encourages cognitive biases, which leads disputants toward adjudication and away from mediation, and how other cultural differences generate misunderstandings that contribute to the frequent choice to arbitrate rather than mediate private transborder commercial disputes.
Principle of rational disagreement: The justification of coercion in a given instance is inversely proportional to the strength of the case for epistemic parity among disputants who disagree on whether coercion in that instance is warranted.
The solutions are achieved by guiding disputants through a series of steps intended to assist them in identifying individual interests, zeroing in on specific areas of conflict, brainstorming options, reality testing solutions, then selecting the most satisfactory, and planning for implementation of the chosen solution(s).
The bats' blood chemistry points to bird feasts during migration season, the former disputants now agree.
Synopsis: Gallup World Poll data collected in 2006 suggest it may be time to bring other parties into peace talks between Israel and Palestine -- countries or leaders with more balanced levels of credibility with the disputants than the U.
Keep everyone arguing till the cows come home about a subject on which disputants may be completely at cross-purposes.
Negotiation--In simplest terms, negotiation is a discussion between two or more disputants, with or without the assistance of an intermediary, who are trying to work out a solution.
It also keeps resolution of the matter within the control of the disputants.