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

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act between parties with a view to reconciling differences

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The right to arbitration exists only where a valid agreement demonstrates that the parties intended to arbitrate a dispute.
The lawsuit sought an order that Cooper Tire be required to arbitrate the "successorship" dispute immediately and that it be prevented from completing the sale until the arbitration could be completed.
Most recently, Cooper has recently contended that, if it did agree to sell only to a buyer who had bargained new agreements with the Union, that action was unlawful on its part and its illegal action should relieve it of any duty to arbitrate whatsoever.
Intercompany arbitration is compulsory for member companies who sign an agreement to arbitrate future controversies within specific parameters, Herdmann said.
Wright, an English Barrister and California Attorney with an extensive commercial litigation background, founded IMAC (International Mediation and Arbitration Center) earlier this year to mediate and arbitrate international as well as domestic commercial disputes.
The sexy comedy about an eccentric attorney and her client who discover it's never too late to arbitrate an "I love you," will sell for $27.
the Appellate Court held that homeowners who agree to arbitrate construction defect claims pursuant to an arbitration provision in a residential purchase and sale agreement must arbitrate those claims where the agreement involves interstate commerce; here, goods or services from outside California.
Glencore notified the ACCC of the access dispute on 4 November 2016 and has requested that the ACCC arbitrate.
Global Banking News-August 19, 2016--Goldman files suit to force former employee to arbitrate in Fed leak case
A recurring question in arbitration law is who is empowered to determine if parties are required to arbitrate a particular matter.
Further, he alleged that the agreement was signed by the consulting engineer of the project who was not granted a specific power of attorney from the Respondent to agree to arbitrate.
Additionally, under Carmack, a shipper is not required to select a forum for disputes at the time of contracting; arbitration is permissible only if the shipper agrees to arbitrate after the dispute has arisen.
They regularly invalidate agreements that require employees or job applicants to arbitrate disputes.
Sitarik appealed the court's order compelling him to arbitrate after he brought suit against the named defendants.