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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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The proposal is decided by the unchallenged members of the Tribunal, unless it refers to a sole arbitrator or to a majority of the arbitrators or if the arbitrators deciding the challenge are equally divided, in which case it is decided by the Chairman of ICSID's Administrative Council.
Eligibility requirements for arbitrators can be found in Rule VII in Chapter 14 of the Rules Reguling The Florida Bar.
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.
It's difficult for some insurers to assess the disposition of arbitrators when transcripts and written decisions are not available.
Each maintains a list of arbitrators but requires considerable skills and experience of individuals they place on their lists.
The arbitrator's chair may be unfamiliar to many appraisers, and given the frequent discussions about liability risk in traditional appraisal work, it's understandable that appraisers might have heightened concerns about liability as an arbitrator.
FINRA representatives attend 15 diversity-based professional conferences each year with a focus on adding arbitrators from diverse backgrounds, professions and geographical locations.
Arbitrators and legal practitioners have responded to this article with alarm.
Along with the case law, arbitrators have duties to disclose pursuant to the American Arbitration Association Code of Ethics including:
Those qualifications included specific memberships and levels of experience the arbitrators must have.
There are no express provisions granting arbitrators such power, only soft law instruments, but which have no binding effect as long as the parties do not agree on them.
If, in this third instance, the appraiser has been selected as an arbitrator for his or her appraisal skills, then it would stand to reason that the parties would expect the arbitrators to consider evidence and other things that go beyond what was presented to the arbitration by the parties, which would be an unusual expectation.
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.
announced on November 25 that arbitrators for the company's claim for International Arbitration against the Kyrgyz government have been selected.
This year s training was updated with a new focus on interim measures, including emergency arbitrator provisions, the challenge of arbitrators and guidance on written and oral advocacy as well as case management techniques, including the use and legal effect of Terms of Reference which was much appreciated by the participants.