Arbitration Procedures Sample Clauses

Arbitration Procedures. In the event that the employee and the School Board are unable to resolve any grievance, the grievance may be submitted to arbitration as defined herein:
Arbitration Procedures. The party initiating the arbitration proceeding may open a case with the American Arbitration Association, Case Filing Services, by sending an email to or through the following website: xxxxx:// An explanation of the procedures for initiating an arbitration proceeding are available at or by calling 000-000-0000. A single arbitrator will resolve the Dispute. The arbitrator will honor claims of privilege recognized by applicable law and will take reasonable steps to protect customer account information and other confidential or proprietary information. The arbitrator may award on an individual basis any relief that would be available in a court, including injunctive or declaratory relief and attorneys’ fees. The arbitrator will make any award in writing but need not provide a statement of reasons unless requested by a party or required by applicable law. An award granted by the arbitrator may be enforced in any court with appropriate jurisdiction over the parties. If an award granted by the arbitrator exceeds $75,000, either party may appeal that award to a three-arbitrator panel administered by the same arbitration organization by a written notice of appeal filed within thirty (30) days from the date of entry of the written arbitration award. The members of the three-arbitrator panel will be selected according to the rules of the arbitration organization. The arbitration organization will then notify the other party that the award has been appealed. The three- arbitrator panel will issue its decision within one hundred and twenty (120) days of the date of the appealing party’s notice of appeal. The decision of the three-arbitrator panel shall be final and binding, except for any appellate right that exists under the FAA.
Arbitration Procedures. The Company and Executive agree that, except as provided in this Agreement, any arbitration shall be in accordance with and under the auspices and rules of the American Arbitration Association (hereinafter the "Arbitration Service"). The arbitration shall take place in Santa Xxxxx County, California, unless the parties mutually agree to conduct the arbitration in a different location. The arbitrator shall be selected by the mutual agreement of the parties. If the parties cannot agree on a neutral arbitrator, Executive first, and then the Company, will alternately strike names from a list provided by the Arbitration Service until only one name remains. The arbitrator shall have exclusive authority to resolve any dispute relating to the interpretation, applicability, enforceability or formation of this Agreement, including but not limited to any claim that all or any part of this Agreement is void or voidable. The arbitrator shall apply the applicable statue of limitations to any claim, taking into account compliance with subparagraph paragraph 6(c) of this Agreement. The arbitrator shall issue a written opinion and award, which shall be signed and dated. The arbitrator shall be permitted to award those remedies that are available under applicable law. The arbitrator's decision regarding the claims shall be final and binding upon the parties. The arbitrator's award shall be enforceable in any court having jurisdiction thereof.
Arbitration Procedures. In any arbitration commenced pursuant to Sections 40.1 or 40.2, a single arbitrator shall be designated and shall resolve the dispute. The arbitrator's decision shall be binding on all parties and shall not be subject to further review or appeal except as otherwise allowed by applicable law. Upon the failure of either party (the "non-complying party") to comply with his decision, the arbitrator shall be empowered, at the request of the other party, to order such compliance by the non-complying party and to supervise or arrange for the supervision of the non-complying party's obligation to comply with the arbitrator's decision, all at the expense of the non-complying party. To the maximum extent practicable, the arbitrator and the parties, and the AAA if applicable, shall take any action necessary to insure that the arbitration shall be concluded within 90 days of the filing of such dispute. The fees and expenses of the arbitrator shall be shared equally by Lessor and Lessee except as otherwise specified above in this Section 40.3. Unless otherwise agreed in writing by the parties or required by the arbitrator or AAA, if applicable, arbitration proceedings hereunder shall be conducted in the State. Notwithstanding formal rules of evidence, each party may submit such evidence as each party deems appropriate to support its position and the arbitrator shall have access to and right to examine all books and records of Lessee and Lessor regarding the Facility during the arbitration.
Arbitration Procedures. This Arbitration provision is governed by the FAA. The arbitrator will apply applicable substantive law, statutes of limitations and privileges. The arbitrator will not apply any federal or state rules of civil procedure or evidence in matters relating to evidence or discovery. Subject to the Limitations on Arbitration, the arbitrator may otherwise award any relief available in court. The arbitration will be confidential, but you may notify any government authority of your claim. If your claim is for $5,000 or less, you may choose whether the arbitration will be conducted solely on the basis of documents, through a telephonic hearing, or by an in-person hearing. At any party's request, the arbitrator will provide a brief written explanation of the award. The arbitrator's award will be final and binding, except for any right of appeal provided by the FAA; however, any party will have 30 days to appeal the award by notifying the arbitration organization and all parties in writing. The organization will appoint a three-arbitrator panel to decide anew, by majority vote based on written submissions, any aspect of the decision appealed. Judgment upon any award may be entered in any court having jurisdiction. At your election, arbitration hearings will take place in the federal judicial district of your residence.
Arbitration Procedures. Arbitration shall be conducted in accordance with the Uniform Arbitration Act, except to the extent the provisions of such Act are modified by this Agreement or the subsequent mutual agreement of the parties. Judgment upon the award rendered by the Arbitrator(s) may be entered in any court having jurisdiction thereof. Any party hereto may bring an action, including a summary or expedited proceeding, to compel arbitration of any controversy or claim to which this provision applies in any court having jurisdiction over such action in Shelby County, Tennessee, and the parties agree that jurisdiction and venue in Shelby County, Tennessee are appropriate and approved by such parties.
Arbitration Procedures. Either party may initiate arbitration. The arbitration shall be conducted by a neutral arbitrator selected by mutual agreement (each party to submit 3 proposed names in ranked order) and conducted in accordance with the Dispute Resolution Rules issued by the American Arbitration Association (AAA), which are incorporated herein by reference and available upon request. AMDA will share the cost of the arbitrator’s fee for the proceeding. Student shall pay any costs equivalent to those he or she would bear had the claims been brought in a court of law. Reasonable discovery will be allowed in accordance with the Rules of the AAA, and discovery disputes will be resolved by the arbitrator. Either party may file pre-hearing motions directed at the legal sufficiency of a claim or defense equivalent to a demurrer or summary judgment prior to the arbitration hearing. The arbitrator will issue a detailed written decision and award, resolving the dispute. The arbitrator’s written opinion and award shall decide all issues submitted and set forth the legal principle(s) supporting each part of the opinion, sufficient to permit meaningful judicial review. The decision or award of the arbitrator shall be final and binding upon the Parties. The arbitrator shall have the power to award any type of legal or equitable relief that would be available in a court of competent jurisdiction including, but not limited to attorneys’ fees and punitive damages when such damages and fees are available under the applicable statute and/or judicial authority. Any arbitral award may be entered as a judgment or order in any court of competent jurisdiction. The Parties agree that any relief or recovery to which they are entitled arising out of the student relationship or termination thereof shall be limited to that awarded by the arbitrator.
Arbitration Procedures. Except as set forth in Section 6, any disagreement, dispute, controversy or claim arising out of or relating to this Agreement or the interpretation of this Agreement or any arrangements relating to this Agreement or contemplated in this Agreement or the breach, termination or invalidity thereof shall be settled by final and binding arbitration administered by JAMS/Endispute in San Jose, California in accordance with the then existing JAMS/Endispute Arbitration Rules and Procedures for Employment Disputes. In the event of such an arbitration proceeding, Executive and the Company shall select a mutually acceptable neutral arbitrator from among the JAMS/Endispute panel of arbitrators. In the event Executive and the Company cannot agree on an arbitrator, the Administrator of JAMS/Endispute will appoint an arbitrator. Neither Executive nor the Company nor the arbitrator shall disclose the existence, content, or results of any arbitration hereunder without the prior written consent of all parties. Except as provided herein, the Federal Arbitration Act shall govern the interpretation, enforcement and all proceedings. The arbitrator shall apply the substantive law (and the law of remedies, if applicable) of the state of California, or federal law, or both, as applicable, and the arbitrator is without jurisdiction to apply any different substantive law. The arbitrator shall have the authority to entertain a motion to dismiss and/or a motion for summary judgment by any party and shall apply the standards governing such motions under the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure. The arbitrator shall render an award and a written, reasoned opinion in support thereof. Judgment upon the award may be entered in any court having jurisdiction thereof.
Arbitration Procedures. In the event that the grievant(s) and the School Board are unable to resolve any grievance, the grievance may be submitted to arbitration as explained in this article. Subd. 1. Request: A request to submit a grievance to arbitration must be in writing signed by the aggrieved grievant(s), and such request must be filed in the office of the Superintendent within ten (10) days following the decision in Level III above.
Arbitration Procedures. The three arbitrators shall make all of their decisions by majority vote. The enforcement of this Agreement to arbitrate, the validity, construction, and interpretation of this Agreement to arbitrate, and all procedural aspects of the proceeding pursuant to this Agreement to arbitrate, including, without limitation, the issues subject to arbitration, the scope of the arbitrable issues, allegations of “fraud in the inducement” to enter into this entire Agreement or to enter into this Agreement to arbitrate, allegations of waiver, delay or defenses to arbitrability, and the rules governing the conduct of the arbitration, shall be governed by and construed pursuant to the Federal Arbitration Act. In deciding the substance of the parties’ Disputes, the arbitrators shall apply the substantive laws of the State of Texas (excluding Texas choice-of-law principles that might call for the application of some other State’s law). The arbitration shall be conducted in accordance with the Commercial Arbitration Rules of the American Arbitration Association, except as modified in this Agreement. It is contemplated that although the arbitration shall be conducted in accordance with the Commercial Arbitration Rules of the American Arbitration Association, the arbitration proceeding will be self-administered by the Parties; provided, if a Party believes the process will be enhanced if it is administered by the American Arbitration Association, such Party shall have the right to cause the process to become administered by the American Arbitration Association by applying to the American Arbitration Association and, thereafter, the arbitration shall be conducted pursuant to the administration of the American Arbitration Association. In determining the extent of discovery, the number and length of depositions, and all other pre-hearing matters, the arbitrators shall endeavor to the extent possible to streamline the proceedings and minimize the time and cost of the proceedings. There shall be no transcript of the hearing. The final hearing shall be conducted within 120 days of the selection of the third arbitrator. The final hearing shall not exceed 10 Business Days, with each Party to be granted one-half of the allocated time to present its case to the arbitrators. All proceedings conducted hereunder and the decision of the arbitrators shall be kept confidential by the Parties.