Hearing Sample Clauses

Hearing. The grievance shall be heard by a single arbitrator and both parties may be represented by such person or persons as they may choose and designate, and the parties shall have the right to a hearing at which time both parties will have the opportunity to submit evidence, offer testimony, and make oral or written arguments relating to the issues before the arbitrator. The proceeding before the arbitrator shall be a hearing denovo.
Hearing. Upon receiving such written application for review, the Claims Administrator or Appeals Fiduciary, as applicable, may schedule a hearing for purposes of reviewing the claimant’s claim, which hearing shall take place not more than thirty (30) days from the date on which the Claims Administrator or Appeals Fiduciary received such written application for review.
Hearing. The arbitrator shall hold a hearing and accept pertinent evidence submitted by both parties and shall be empowered to request such data as he/she deems pertinent to the grievant. Each party to the proceedings may call such witnesses as may be necessary. Such testimony shall be limited to the matters set forth in the written statement of grievance. The arguments of the parties may be supported by oral comment and rebuttal. The hearing shall be kept private and shall include only the parties in interest and/or their designated representative(s) and witnesses.
Hearing. A. If the WGAW or a WGAW-represented Writer is a party to the arbitration, the hearing shall be held in Los Angeles. If the WGAE or a WGAE-represented Writer is a party to the arbitration, the hearing shall be held in New York City. Where both the WGAW and WGAE (or both WGAW- and WGAE-represented Writers) are parties to the arbitration, the parties shall mutually decide whether the hearing will be held in Los Angeles or New York City.
Hearing. All arbitration hearings conducted under the terms of this Agreement, and all judicial proceedings to enforce any of the provisions of this Agreement, shall take place in Lubbock County, Texas. The hearing before the arbitrators of the matter to be arbitrated shall be at the time and place within that County selected by the arbitrators or if deemed by the arbitrators to be more convenient for the parties or more economically feasible, may be conducted in any city within the Service Area or within the State of Texas.
Hearing. The Board, having been formed by the above procedure, shall meet, hear the evidence of both parties, and render a decision within sixty (60) days from the completion of taking evidence. The decision of the majority of the Board on the matter at issue shall be final and binding on both parties, but the board shall not be empowered to add to, subtract from, alter or amend the Collective Agreement in any way.
Hearing. At the hearing, evidence may be presented by the administration and the teacher, as to (i) whether a reduction in force is reasonably necessary and is being made in good faith and for the best interests of the School District and (ii) whether the recommendation to not renew (or dismiss) the specific teacher is being made in good faith and pursuant to the process set out herein.
Hearing. Arbitration shall take place in San Mateo, California, and the hearing before the arbitrator(s) of the matter to be arbitrated shall be at the time and place within said city as is selected by the arbitrator(s). The arbitrator(s) shall select such time and place promptly after his (or their) appointment and shall give written notice thereof to each party at least sixty (60) days prior to the date so fixed. At the hearing any relevant evidence may be presented by either party, and the formal rules of evidence applicable to judicial proceedings shall not govern. Evidence may be admitted or excluded in the sole discretion of the arbitrator(s). Said arbitrator(s) shall hear and determine the matter and shall execute and acknowledge their award in writing and cause a copy thereof to be delivered to each of the parties.
Hearing. The parties agree that the process shall be informal and that legalistic processes normally used in conventional arbitration shall not be used. Up to three (3) Management representatives and three (3) Union representatives may attend the hearing. The parties will inform each other no less than five (5) days in advance who will attend. One (1) person from each side will be designated as spokesperson. The Arbitrator may ask questions of any of the Union or Management representatives present. The spokesperson for each party may give a summary statement normally not exceeding fifteen (15) minutes at the conclusion of the question period. While it is generally not the intent of the parties to use an outside legal counsel at an expedited arbitration hearing, the parties agree that where they intend to use such counsel at the hearing, they shall notify the other party at least ten (10) days before the date of the hearing. In addition a translator may be present if necessary. The side that requests the translator shall be responsible for the cost involved. By mutual written agreement five (5) days in advance each party may introduce an observer/observers to the meeting.