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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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However, the Supreme Court disagreed and found the EEOC had authority to exercise its full enforcement powers, including damages specific to the individual employee, because the employee, not the EEOC, had agreed to arbitrate.
While arbitration agreements must comply with Hawaii contract law, including rules against unconscionability, nothing prohibits employers from requiring applicants and employees to agree that they will arbitrate employment discrimination claims as a condition of employment.
Incorporation by reference: A nonsignatory to an agreement to arbitrate can be compelled to arbitrate, where it has entered into a separate contractual relationship with the signatory to the arbitration agreement that incorporates the existing arbitration clause.
The EEOC has taken the position that an employee's agreement to arbitrate does not preclude the agency from filing its own lawsuit against the employer based on the employee's allegations of discrimination.
[section] 1, et seq.(2) For all contracts covered by the FAA, federal "common" law governs questions of the interpretation, construction, validity, revocability and enforceability of the contractual arbitration provisions.(3) Federal law, however, directs a court to the relevant state law to determine whether the parties in fact have agreed to arbitrate their disputes.(4)
The new body would be set up by the SFL or the SFA to arbitrate in disputes and avoid costly legal battles.
The American Writers' Guild had to arbitrate to decide the screen credits.
The refusal was referred to the Joint Compliance and Inspection Commission created by START to arbitrate disputes.
* Arbitrate. You initially may have signed a binding agreement with the brokerage firm to arbitrate disputes, or you may choose to arbitrate the issue if there was no such agreement.
In Gilmer, the Court held that an employee who signed an agreement to arbitrate employment-related disputes had waived his right to a jury trial in favor of an arbitration proceeding.
That is, Faurot and McAllister argue that the average of the submitted final offers should equal the arbitrator's preferred award.(2) Recognizing the spillover effects that a baseball club's settlement with one player can have on its negotiations with other players, Faurot and McAllister (1992:703) conclude that "baseball clubs should negotiate agreements for less than the expected arbitration result with the more risk-averse players and arbitrate with the risk-neutral, risk-loving, and less risk-averse players."
FILE -- Gehad Grisha CAIRO -- 22 April 2018: The Referees Committee of the Egyptian Football Association has chosen Gehad Grisha to arbitrate the Egyptian derby between Al-Ahly and Zamalek scheduled for Saturday, April 28 at Cairo International Stadium.
Before a company decides to put an arbitration clause into its credit application or other applicable contracts, or before it otherwise agrees to arbitrate a dispute, the company should think through the benefits and risks of arbitration.