Arbitrations. Arbitration will be held in the United States and administered by AAA pursuant to its Commercial Arbitration Rules and Mediations Procedures in a location selected by the party initiating the arbitration. The parties acknowledge that the Agreement evidences a transaction involving interstate commerce. Notwithstanding any provisions herein with respect to applicable substantive law governing the Agreement, the agreement to arbitrate and any arbitration conducted pursuant thereto will be governed by the Federal Arbitration Act, 9 U.S.C. §§ 1 et seq.
Arbitrations. In cases not involving disciplinary action suspension or termination, the Arbitrator shall render a decision and shall within thirty (30) calendar days of the receipt of the Stenographer’s transcript, send his written award to each of the parties. Either party is free to submit post hearing briefs if they so desire. If either party elects to submit post hearing briefs, the party submitting must make it known during the arbitration hearing of their intent to do so. Either party electing to submit such briefs shall do so to the Arbitrator within fifteen (15) calendar days of the close of the hearing. Failure of either party to submit such briefs in the timeframe required or failure to notify the other party of their intent to submit briefs shall result in the brief being dismissed and not considered by the Arbitrator.
Arbitrations. 13.01 When a difference between the parties relating to the interpretation, application or administration of this Agreement, including any question as to whether a matter is arbitrable, has been registered as an employee grievance or a policy grievance under the foregoing procedure and remains unsolved, it shall be considered as a grievance requiring settlement by arbitration.
Arbitrations. If multiple claims are brought against any Indemnitee or the Company in an arbitration, with respect to at least one of which indemnification is permitted under applicable law and provided for under this agreement, the parties agree that any arbitration award shall be conclusively deemed to be based on claims as to which indemnification is permitted and provided for, except to the extent the arbitration award expressly states that the award, or any portion thereof, is based solely on a claim as to which indemnification is not available.
Arbitrations a. Arbitrations shall be heard by one of the following arbitrators on the panel. The parties may elect to reopen this section of the article to modify the list of arbitrators by mutual agreement.
Arbitrations. (i) If not settled at Step 3, the grievance may be referred to arbitration pursuant to the Ontario Labour Relations Act within ten (10) days of the response from the Director of Human Resources or his/her designate. Under no circumstance will a grievance be referred to arbitration after ten (10) days have passed.
Arbitrations. At Young’s discretion any dispute arising under this proposal/agreement may be arbitrated. Any arbitration award shall be binding and enforceable by a court of competent jurisdiction. Venue for the arbitration shall be in Genesee County, Michigan. The arbitration shall be conducted by a single arbitrator. If the parties cannot agree upon an arbitrator, then the arbitrator shall be selected by the Genesee County Circuit Court. If a proceeding is brought before the Genesee County Circuit Court to enforce this arbitration provision or to select an arbitrator, the court shall maintain continuing jurisdiction of the proceeding to rule on discovery disputes for the enforcement of the award, if any, and to otherwise oversee the arbitration proceeding. The client further agrees and understands that it shall bear all costs and expenses associated with the arbitration and as for these costs and expenses they shall be due and payable in the same manner and under the same terms as invoices are as outlined in Section 5 herein..
Arbitrations. A. If any dispute about the interpretation or application of particular clauses of this Agreement or about an alleged violation of this Agreement cannot be settled through the grievance procedure outlined in Subsection 1400, the matter may be submitted within thirty (30) days of its failure of settlement by grievance procedure by either EPSCA or the Union to a Board of Arbitration for adjudication. The party desiring to submit the dispute to arbitration shall notify the other party in writing of its desire and the notice shall contain the name of the first party's nominee to an arbitration board. The recipient of the notice shall, within five (5) working days, inform the other party of the name of its nominee to the arbitration board. The two nominees so selected shall, within ten (10) working days of the appointment of the second of them, appoint a third person who shall be the Chairman. If the recipient of the notice fails to appoint a nominee, or if the nominees fail to agree upon a Chairman, the appointment shall be made by the Minister of Labour for Ontario upon the request of either party. The arbitration board, when selected or appointed, will proceed as soon as practicable to hear and determine the dispute and it shall issue a decision which is final and binding upon the parties and upon their respective members. The decision of a majority is the decision of the arbitration board, but if there is no majority, the decision of the Chairman governs.