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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 basis for the company's contention that she was obligated to arbitrate her claims was a few sentences that appeared on the application Roman filled out when she first applied for a job at the company 10 years earlier.
There, the court held that a party can waive his or her right to compel another party to arbitrate by taking actions inconsistent with arbitration, even if the other party cannot make a showing that it was prejudiced by these actions.
After a request to arbitrate is approved, the parties enter into a written agreement to arbitrate.
In upholding that decision, the Court of Appeal agreed with the union that a mutual agreement to arbitrate all faculty grievances could be inferred from the district's previous conduct.
Not long ago, the New Jersey Supreme Court refused to compel a physician to arbitrate his claim of discrimination brought under the New Jersey Law Against Discrimination because his purported waiver of statutory remedies did not expressly mention that statute.
Agency: Traditional agency law principles may also bind a nonsignatory to an agreement to arbitrate.
The decision marks the first time a court has invalidated a mandatory arbitration agreement because a plaintiff could show that it would cost more to arbitrate than litigate an employment claim, said John Higgins of Latham, New York, who represented the two plaintiffs in the case.
Government Employees' Union, which the teachers had joined) will not recognize our Catholicity clause, but we believe we have every right to establish conditions for our schools and the bishop has the right to arbitrate faith and morals as they apply to the school and the diocese.
Attorney Michael Palmer, who argued the case on behalf of the Plaintiffs, stated, "We are pleased by the Court's decision which enforced the parties' agreement to arbitrate only those claims permitted by the FINRA rules.
The bank would instead insist that aggrieved consumers arbitrate disputes privately, outside of a courtroom.
In August, the Seventh Circuit ruled that an employee who had signed-an agreement to arbitrate all employment disputes was not barred from suing her employer under Title VII and the Americans with Disabilities Act.
3] Although gaining economy, informality, and privacy, those electing to arbitrate surrender the right to appeal which may ultimately lead to disaster.
American disagrees and will probably arbitrate the matter, said company spokesman Al Comeaux.
The new tool allows dealers to arbitrate, dispute, and communicate with lanelogic online and all but eliminates the need for a dealership to call lanelogic.
HSBC Holdings (LSE: HSBA) has settled a suit that claimed it had forced credit card holders to arbitrate.