Arbitrator Selection. After timely notice, the parties shall select an impartial arbitrator within thirty (30) calendar days, if possible, after the request is made to arbitrate. If the parties cannot mutually agree on an impartial arbitrator who is able and willing to serve on a timely basis, either party may demand a list of eleven (11) qualified persons who are willing to abide by time limitations. A list of impartial arbitrators may be furnished by the American Arbitration Association (AAA) or the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service (FMCS) or the Public Employment Relations Commission (PERC). The party demanding a paid arbitrator shall have the right to determine the organization from which the list of eleven (11) names is to be derived. The parties shall flip a coin to determine who will strike the first name, following which each will alternately strike one of the names submitted until only one (1) name remains. This person will serve as the sole arbitrator subject to the following provisions.
Arbitrator Selection. In regard to each case reaching Step 4, the parties will attempt to agree on an arbitrator to hear and decide the particular case. If the parties are unable to agree to an arbitrator within ten (10) working days of the submission of the written request for arbitration, the moving party shall request a list of nine (9) names from the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service (FMCS) within five (5) working days of the parties' failure to mutually agree upon an arbitrator. The parties may also agree to request a list from Public Employment Relations Commission (PERC) or the American Arbitration Association (AAA). The cost of such list shall be borne equally by both parties. FMCS, PERC or AAA selection procedures shall be followed. Aside from arbitrator selection procedures, the parties do not adopt other FMCS or PERC or AAA arbitration rules.
Arbitrator Selection. To select the arbitrator, the parties shall make their respective strikes from a panel of former federal court judges and magistrates, to the extent available from JAMS (the “First Panel”). If the parties cannot agree upon an arbitrator from the First Panel or if such a panel is not available from JAMS, then the parties will next make their respective strikes from a panel of former Illinois state court trial and appellate judges, to the extent available from JAMS (the “Second Panel”). Any arbitrators proposed for the First and Second Panels provided for in this Section 6.2(b) must be available to serve in the Agreed Venue. If the parties cannot agree upon an arbitrator from the Second Panel or if such a panel is not available from JAMS, then the parties will next make their respective strikes from the panel of all other JAMS arbitrators available to serve in the Agreed Venue.
Arbitrator Selection. In the event the parties cannot agree upon an arbitrator within ten business days after the Arbitration Notice is received, their joint submission to the AAA shall request a panel of seven arbitrators from the joint Labor and Commercial Arbitration Panels who are practicing attorneys with professional experience in the field of labor and/or employment law, and the parties shall attempt to select an arbitrator from the panel according to AAA procedures. If the parties remain unable to select an arbitrator, they shall request from AAA a panel of three comparably qualified arbitrators from which the AAA shall reject the least preferred candidate of each party and select the candidate with the highest joint ranking of the parties. In the event of the death or disability of an arbitrator, the parties shall select a new arbitrator as provided above. The substitute arbitrator shall have the power to determine the extent to which he or she shall act on the record already made in arbitration.
Arbitrator Selection. 1. The parties shall select the Arbitrator from the applicable Authorized List within ten (10) business days of service of the Claim on the respondent. In the event the parties cannot mutually agree upon an Arbitrator from the Authorized List, the parties shall alternate in striking a name from the Authorized List until one (1) arbitrator’s name remains (“Strike Process”). The Arbitrator whose name remains shall be the Arbitrator. The complainant shall make the first strike. In the event that one of the parties fails to participate in the Strike Process, or fails to strike in order or timely, the other party may unilaterally select the Arbitrator.
Arbitrator Selection. The parties contemplate that, except as specifically set forth in this Section 21, selection of one (1) arbitrator shall take place pursuant to the then-current rules of the AAA applicable to employment disputes. The arbitrator must be either a retired judge or an attorney experienced in employment law. The parties will select one arbitrator from among a list of qualified neutral arbitrators provided by AAA. If the parties are unable to agree on the arbitrator, the parties will select an arbitrator by alternatively striking names from a list of qualified arbitrators provided by AAA. AAA will flip a coin to determine which party has the final strike (that is, when the list has been narrowed by striking to two arbitrators). The remaining named arbitrator will be selected.
Arbitrator Selection. If United Academics is not satisfied with the finding of the president of the University, or his or her designee, and intends to advance the grievance to binding arbitration, it may do so by so notifying the American Arbitration Association (at its regional office). This notification must be in writing according to a form letter mutually agreed by the parties and appended to this agreement, with a copy to the director of labor relations, within thirty days of the grievant's receipt of the finding or the date the finding was due, whichever occurs first. The arbitrator shall be selected in accordance with the Voluntary Rules of the American Arbitration Association.
Arbitrator Selection. Unless the Parties agree in writing to a single arbitrator prior to selection and a mechanism for his or her selection, three arbitrators shall be chosen by the Parties from the list submitted by the AAA within ten business days of receiving such list (or any subsequent list if applicable). Either Party may object to any proposed arbitrator that does not reasonably appear to have the required experience and knowledge or does not reasonably appear to be a disinterested, unrelated third party. If the Parties cannot agree on the three arbitrators, each Party shall select a single disinterested arbitrator from the AAA's list with such qualifications and the two arbitrators so selected by the Parties shall select the third arbitrator with such qualifications in accordance with the AAA Rules. The arbitration shall begin within 30 business days of such appointment unless another date and/or place is otherwise agreed upon in writing by the Parties.
Arbitrator Selection. Within 10 days of receipt of the notice, referred to in Section 9.1 above, the Employer and the Union shall meet to select a single arbitrator mutually acceptable to both parties. In the event the parties are unable to agree to a mutually acceptable arbitrator, either party may apply to the Labour Relations Board requesting the appointment of an arbitrator.
Arbitrator Selection. 1. The party invoking arbitration will request from the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service (FMCS) a list of ten (10) impartial persons qualified to serve as Arbitrators. A copy of the request may serve as notification to the other party that arbitration has been invoked.