Arbitration Process Sample Clauses

Arbitration Process. Any arbitration will be conducted pursuant to the applicable rules (the “Arbitration Rules”) of the American Arbitration Association, as modified herein, to the extent such modifications are not prohibited by the Arbitration Rules. The arbitration will be conducted in Indianapolis, Indiana. The parties will select a single arbitrator, but in the event that the parties are unable to agree, the arbitrator will be appointed pursuant to the Arbitration Rules. The arbitrator will be a practicing attorney with significant expertise in litigating and/or presiding over cases involving the substantive legal areas involved in the dispute. The parties to the arbitration will not request, and the arbitrator will not order, that any discovery be taken or provided, including depositions, interrogatories or document requests, except to the extent the amount in controversy exceeds $50,000. The arbitration will be concluded within three months of the date the arbitrator is appointed. The arbitrator’s findings, reasoning, decision, and award will be stated in writing and based upon applicable law. Judgment on the arbitration award may be entered in any court having jurisdiction. In the event that the arbitration results in an award which imposes an injunction or contains a monetary award in excess of $100,000, the award will be reviewable on appeal initiated by filing notice of appeal with the AAA office within 30 days of the award, governed by the AAA Optional Appellate Arbitration Rules and conducted by a panel of three new arbitrators, ruling by majority, under the procedure for appointment from the national roster of arbitrators. Unless the applicable Arbitration Rules require otherwise, arbitration fees and costs will be shared equally by the claimant(s) and respondent(s), respectively, in any arbitration proceeding. Should the AAA be unavailable, unable or unwilling to accept and administer the arbitration of any claim under these arbitration provisions as written, the parties will agree on a substitute arbitration organization, such as JAMS, that will enforce the arbitration provisions as written. Because this Agreement memorializes a transaction in interstate commerce, the Federal Arbitration Act governs the interpretation and enforcement of these arbitration provisions. More information about arbitration, including the Arbitration Rules, is available at or by calling 0-000-000-0000.
Arbitration Process. Any arbitration proceeding under this Section shall be presided over by a single arbitrator and conducted by Judicial Arbitration and Mediation Services, Inc. (“JAMS”) in Los Angeles County, California, or as otherwise agreed to by you and the Company, under the then applicable JAMS rules for the resolution of employment disputes (available upon request and also currently available at xxxx:// You and the Company both have the right to be represented by legal counsel at any arbitration proceeding, at each party’s own expense. The Arbitrator shall: (i) have the authority to compel adequate discovery for the resolution of the dispute; (ii) issue a written arbitration decision, to include the arbitrator’s essential findings and conclusions and a statement of the award; and (iii) be authorized to award any or all remedies that you or the Company would be entitled to seek in a court of law. The Company shall pay all JAMS arbitration fees in excess of the amount of court fees that would be required of you if the dispute were decided in a court of law.
Arbitration Process. (a) When either party requests that a grievance be submitted to Arbitration, the request shall be in writing addressed to the other party to this Agreement and shall contain the name of the first party's nominee to the Board of Arbitration. The recipient of the notice shall, within ten (10) working days thereafter designate its nominee to the Board of Arbitration. The two (2) so nominated shall endeavour, within ten (10) working days after the appointment of the second of them, to agree upon a third person to act as Chair of the Board of Arbitration. If the nominees are unable to agree upon a third person as Chair within ten (10) working days after the appointment of the second one of them, then either party may request the Ministry of Labour for the Province of Ontario to appoint the third member as Chair of the Board of Arbitration. The said two (2) nominees first appointed shall be at liberty prior to the expiration of ten (10) working days from the date of the appointment of the second of them, or prior to the appointment of the Chair within the said period of ten (10) working days, to discuss the grievance submitted to them with a view to mutual settlement.
Arbitration Process. The arbitrator shall have the discretion to order depositions of witnesses to the extent the arbitrator deems such discovery relevant and appropriate. Depositions shall be limited to a maximum of three (3) per Party and shall be held within thirty (30) days of the making of a request for depositions. Additional depositions may be scheduled only with the permission of the arbitrator, and for good cause shown. Each deposition shall be limited to a maximum of six (6) hours duration unless otherwise permitted by the arbitrator for good cause shown. All objections are reserved for the Arbitration hearing except for objections based on privilege and proprietary and confidential information. The arbitrator shall also have discretion to order the Parties to exchange relevant documents. The arbitrator shall also have discretion to order the Parties to answer interrogatories, upon good cause shown.
Arbitration Process. A party who desires to initiate arbitration must provide the other party with a written Demand for Arbitration as specified in the Applicable AAA Rules. The arbitrator will be either a retired judge or an attorney licensed to practice law in the county in which you reside and will be selected in accordance with the Applicable AAA Rules. If the parties are unable to agree upon an arbitrator within fourteen (14) days of the AAA’s notice to the parties of its receipt of the Demand for Arbitration, then the AAA will appoint the arbitrator in accordance with the AAA Rules.
Arbitration Process. The arbitration hearing shall commence within a reasonable time after the selection of the arbitrator(s), as set by the arbitrator(s). The arbitrator(s), shall allow the parties to engage in pre-hearing discovery, to include exchanging (i) requests for and production of relevant documents, (ii) up to fifteen (15) interrogatories, (iii) up to fifteen (15) requests for admissions, and producing for deposition and at the arbitration hearing, up to four (4) persons within each parties’ control. Any additional discovery shall only occur by agreement of the parties or as ordered by the arbitrator(s) upon a finding of good cause. The arbitration shall be conducted under the rules of the CPR International Institute for Conflict Prevention & Resolution (“CPR”) in effect on the date of notice of the Dispute for dispute resolution rules for non-administered arbitration of business disputes. The parties may agree on such other rules to govern the arbitration that are not set out in this provision as they may mutually deem necessary.
Arbitration Process. 1. The arbitrator shall be one person from a panel of at least six arbitrators, selected by the state and the PBA to serve in rotation for any case or cases submitted. The Department of Management Services will contract with panel members chosen by the parties for a term of two years or as otherwise agreed by the parties. The Department and PBA shall review panel membership no less than five months prior to the end of the panel members’ contracts, indicate in writing which members, if any, are not to be continued, and propose new panel members if necessary. The Department of Management Services’ Arbitration Coordinator shall notify the agency representative, the PBA representative, and the arbitrator listed next on the panel in rotation of the filing of the Request for Arbitration. If the grievant is not represented by the PBA, the Arbitration Coordinator will notify the grievant that a deposit equal to one day of the arbitrator’s fee must be paid to the arbitrator prior to the hearing being scheduled. If the grievant fails to pay the deposit within 30 days after being notified by the Arbitration Coordinator, the Arbitration Coordinator will issue a notice closing the file for failure to pay the required deposit after notice. The arbitrator shall notify the parties of his/her availability and schedule the arbitration with the parties, with notice to the Arbitration Coordinator, in accordance with the provisions of the Agreement. Scheduling shall take into consideration the availability of evidence, location of witnesses, existence of appropriate facilities, and other relevant factors. If the parties cannot agree on a location, the arbitration hearing shall be held in the City of Tallahassee.
Arbitration Process. Arbitration involves the review and resolution of the dispute by a neutral party. The arbitrator’s decision will generally be final and binding. At your request, for claims made to consumer accounts, we will advance your filing and hearing fees for any claim you may file against us; the arbitrator will decide whether we or you will ultimately be responsible for those fees. Arbitration can only decide our or your dispute and cannot consolidate or join claims of other persons who may have similar claims. There will be no authority or right for any disputes to be arbitrated on a class action basis.
Arbitration Process. A. In the event a grievance processed through the grievance procedure set forth above has not been satisfactorily resolved, the PBA (or Employee, only in disciplinary matters concerning suspension without pay of more than five (5) work shifts, demotion, or termination) shall file, within fifteen (15) days after the receipt of the City Manager’s or his/her designee’s written decision on the grievance, a demand for arbitration upon the City Manager and a request to the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service to furnish a panel of seven (7) names from which each party shall have the option of striking three (3) names, thus leaving the seventh (7th), which will give a neutral or impartial arbitrator. The PBA (or Employee, only in disciplinary matters) shall strike first. This procedure shall be tolled during the pendency of the mediation process, if any, contained in Section 19.9.
Arbitration Process. Should any disputes or grievances arise between parties to this lease, concerning their respective rights and duties under the terms of the lease which cannot be resolved in normal interaction, the following arbitration procedure shall be used: Either party may, by written notice to the other, appoint one arbitrator. Within ten days after such notification, the other party shall, by written notice to the former, appoint a second arbitrator (and in default of such appointment, the first arbitrator shall be the sole arbitrator). These first two arbitrators shall appoint a third arbitrator within ten days. Any and all of the arbitrators so chosen shall be persons with at least five years of significant experience in Community Land Trust activities or work or shall be professional arbitrators. The sole arbitrator or three arbitrators (as the case may be) shall constitute the arbitration panel.