(law) the hearing and determination of a dispute by an impartial referee agreed to by both parties (often used to settle disputes between labor and management)
the act of deciding as an arbiter; giving authoritative judgment; "they submitted their disagreement to arbitration"
(arbitrate) intercede: act between parties with a view to reconciling differences; "He interceded in the family dispute"; "He mediated a settlement"
(arbitrator) arbiter: someone chosen to judge and decide a disputed issue; "the critic was considered to be an arbiter of modern literature"; "the arbitrator's authority derived from the consent of the disputants"; "an umpire was appointed to settle the tax case"
Arbitration, a form of alternative dispute resolution (ADR), is a legal technique for the resolution of disputes outside the courts, wherein the parties to a dispute refer it to one or more persons (the "arbitrators", "arbiters" or "arbitral tribunal"), by whose decision (the "award") they agree ...
(Arbitrators) An arbitral tribunal (or arbitration tribunal) is a panel of one or more adjudicators which is convened and sits to resolve a dispute by way of arbitration. ...
The act or process of arbitrating; A process through which two or more parties use an arbitrator or arbiter in order to resolve a dispute; In general, a form of justice where both parties designate a person whose ruling they will accept formally. ...
(arbitrate) To make a judgment (on a dispute) as an arbitrator or arbiter; To submit (a dispute) to such judgment; (rare) To assign an object an arbitrary value, or otherwise arbitrarily determine it
(arbitrator) A person to whom the authority to settle or judge a dispute is delegated
(ARBITRATE) Sometimes a mediator does solve people's problems. Then he or she isn't called a mediator. He or she is called an arbitrator. When people ask an arbitrator to help them, they must agree to do whatever the arbitrator suggests.
(Arbitrate) Samurai retainers and vassals who were lords of villages or mountain valleys would often arrive to consult Lord Akiyama, to pay him taxes, or to ask him to arbitrate in some dispute. ...
(Arbitrator) A person or persons (usually three) chosen by the parties to a dispute to hear their matter of contention and to then render judgment. The parties submit themselves in advance either voluntarily or compulsorily to the arbitrator's decision.
(Arbitrator) A cook that leaves Arby's to work at McDonald's.
(Arbitrator) a person who listens to both sides of a dispute then decides how it should be resolved. The people who are arguing must do what this person tells them to do.
(Arbitrator) the person who presides at an arbitration hearing and renders a decision on the case.
(ARBITRATOR) An impartial third party to whom the parties to an agreement refer their disputes for resolution. Section 7121(b)(1)(C)(iii) mandates that negotiated grievance procedures provide for binding arbitration of unsettled grievances.
(Arbitrator) A third party trusted with some of the contents, and some of the history of performance, of a contract, and trusted by contracted parties to resolve disputes arising from that contract fairly.
(Arbitrator) Fighter (very hard to get)
(Arbitrator) Neutral third party to whom disputes between parties to a contract are submitted for a decision award based only on his or her discretion
(arbitrator) The user or entity who has the privileges necessary to verify the applicant's credentials and the authority to grant or deny the request.
(ARBITRATORS) Yautja police that mainly consist of ANCIENTS who are bored with the Hunt. They represent judge, jury, and executioner. There are no appeals to their decisions.
A process where disputes are settled by referring them to an impartial third party (arbitrator) chosen by the disputing parties who agree in advance to abide by the decision of the arbitrator. ...
Procedure in which an insurance company and the insured or a vendor agree to settle a claim dispute by accepting a decision made by a third party.
A process of settling a dispute through an impartial party. It is used as an alternative to litigation.