Arbitration Proceeding. 1. The parties will attempt to agree on a location for the arbitration hearing.
Arbitration Proceeding. In addition to the authority conferred on the arbitration tribunal by the rules specified above, the arbitration tribunal shall have the authority to order reasonable discovery, including the depositions of party witnesses and production of documents. The arbitral award shall be in writing, state the reasons for the award, and be final and binding on the Parties with no right of appeal. All statutes of limitations that would otherwise be applicable shall apply to any arbitration proceeding. Any attorney-client privilege and other protection against disclosure of confidential information, including without limitation any protection afforded the work-product of any attorney, that could otherwise be claimed by any Party shall be available to and may be claimed by any such Party in any arbitration proceeding. No Party waives any attorney-client privilege or any other protection against disclosure of confidential information by reason of anything contained in or done pursuant to or in connection with this Agreement. Each Party agrees to keep all Disputes and arbitration proceedings strictly confidential, except for disclosures of information to the Parties' legal counsel or auditors or those required by applicable law. The arbitrators shall determine the matters in dispute in accordance with the substantive law of Texas, without regard to conflict of law rules. The obligation to arbitrate any dispute shall be binding upon the successors and assigns of each of the Parties.
Arbitration Proceeding. If the mediation does not produce a resolution of the dispute, or if the parties fail to cooperate with such mediation, the Company and Employee agree that final and binding arbitration will be the exclusive remedy for any employment related dispute between them which is based on a legally protected right, including without limitation, any common law claims such as breach of contract or commission of a tort, and any claims arising under the federal, state or local civil rights laws, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Civil Rights Act of 1991, the Americans With Disabilities Act, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, the Family and Medical Leave Act, 42 U.S.C. § 1981, the Worker Adjustment or Retraining Notification Act, the California Fair Employment & Housing Act, the California Family Rights Act, California’s Pregnancy Disability Leave law, and all other federal, state or local employment related statutes, ordinances and common law. Employee acknowledges that Employee waives the right to litigate the foregoing employment related legal claims in a judicial forum before a judge or jury. This arbitration provision does not apply to any Employee claim for workers’ compensation benefits (with the exception of claims pursuant to California Labor Code section 132a), claims under the National Labor Relations Act, unemployment compensation benefits or denial of benefits pursuant to the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974, as amended (ERISA), or to the filing of Employee charges with government agencies.
Arbitration Proceeding. Unless otherwise agreed by the parties, each grievance appealed to arbitration shall be the subject of a separate and distinct arbitration hearing and decision, and no arbitrator shall be selected by the parties to hear or decide more than one (1) grievance in any one (1) arbitration proceeding.
Arbitration Proceeding. The arbitration will be conducted in the English language. A single independent and impartial arbitrator will be appointed pursuant to the Rules, as modified herein. You and Good agree to comply with the following rules, which are intended to streamline the dispute resolution process and reduce the costs and burdens on the parties: (a) the arbitration will be conducted by telephone, online and/or be solely based on written submissions, the specific manner to be chosen by the party initiating the arbitration; (b) the arbitration will not require any personal appearance by the parties or witnesses unless otherwise mutually agreed in writing by the parties; and (c) any judgment on the award rendered by the arbitrator may be entered in any court of competent jurisdiction.
Arbitration Proceeding. The arbitration proceeding shall be carried out, and the award shall be issued in Mexico City, Federal District, United Mexican States, in the Spanish language. The arbitration proceeding shall be conducted before three neutral arbitrators, pursuant to that which is set forth below. The Holder shall appoint one arbitrator and the Issuing Company shall appoint another arbitrator within 15 (fifteen) days following the date of an Arbitration Request, in the understanding that all arbitrators shall be of a different nationality to the Holder and the Issuing Company. The two appointed arbitrators shall appoint the third arbitrator by common agreement in a term not to exceed 15 (fifteen) days following the designation of the last of the first two arbitrators. The arbitrators shall appoint from among them the arbitrator who shall act as chairman of the arbitration court, within 5 (five) days following the date of the last of such appointments. If any appointment of the arbitrators is not made within the terms herein set forth, the ICC shall make such appointment upon request of any of the parties. The arbitrators must be able to read, write and fluently speak both the English and Spanish languages, and must be experts in the matter in question. The hearings shall be carried out no later than 20 (twenty) business days and the award must be issued no later than 60 (sixty) business days, after the date of appointment of the third arbitrator.
Arbitration Proceeding. (i)If any Party desires to arbitrate any Dispute, such Party shall notify the other Party of the Dispute desired to be arbitrated, including a brief statement of the matter in controversy. If the Parties are not able to resolve the Dispute within five (5) days after the Party notifies the other Party of its desire to arbitrate (an “Arbitration Notice”) then, within five (5) days immediately after the expiration of the aforesaid five (5) day period, the Parties shall attempt to agree upon an independent arbitrator. Unless the Parties can agree in writing on a single arbitrator within five (5) days, then, within five (5) days after thereafter, each Party shall notify the other in writing of the name of the independent arbitrator chosen by them to identify the independent arbitrator. If either Party fails to timely give the other notice of such appointment, then the Party who timely gave such notice shall be entitled to require that its arbitrator act as the sole arbitrator hereunder. If an arbitrator is timely appointed by each of the Parties, the two named arbitrators shall select the independent arbitrator within five (5) days after they have both been appointed, and they shall promptly notify the Parties thereof. Each Party shall promptly notify the other Party and the Party-selected arbitrators in writing if the independent arbitrator has any relationship to or affiliation with such Party (a “Notice of Relationship”) in which event another arbitrator shall be selected within five (5) days after receipt of such Notice of Relationship by the Party-selected arbitrators. If the two initially appointed arbitrators cannot agree on an independent arbitrator, then any Party may request that JAMS select the independent arbitrator.
Arbitration Proceeding. Any Dispute shall be referred to and determined by binding arbitration, as the sole and exclusive remedy of the parties as to the Dispute conducted in accordance with the Rules, which are incorporated by reference, except that in the event of any conflict between those rules and the arbitration provisions set forth below, the provisions set forth below shall govern and control. The arbitral tribunal (the “Tribunal”) shall use the substantive laws of the State of Delaware, excluding conflicts of laws and choice of law principles, in construing and interpreting the terms of this Agreement. The Tribunal shall be composed of three (3) arbitrators, with Seller Representative appointing one (1) arbitrator and Buyer appointing one (1) arbitrator, and the two (2) arbitrators so appointed appointing the third arbitrator who shall act as the presiding arbitrator of the Tribunal (the “Chairman”). The arbitrators selected shall be qualified by education, training, and experience to hear and determine matters in the nature of the Dispute. The arbitrators shall be bound by and shall follow the then current ABA/AAA
Arbitration Proceeding. The following provisions apply to arbitration proceedings commenced pursuant to Section 6.16.2: