JAMS. Any dispute to be arbitrated pursuant to the provisions of this Section 29.34 shall be determined by binding arbitration before a retired judge of the Superior Court of the State of California (the “Arbitrator”) under the auspices of Judicial Arbitration & Mediation Services, Inc. (“JAMS”). Such arbitration shall be initiated by the parties, or either of them, within ten (10) days after either party sends Notice (the “Arbitration Notice”) of a demand to arbitrate to the other party and to JAMS. The Arbitration Notice shall contain a description of the subject matter of the arbitration, the dispute with respect thereto, the amount involved, if any, and the remedy or determination sought. The parties may agree on a retired judge from the JAMS panel. If they are unable to promptly agree, JAMS will provide a list of three available judges who, to the extent available, have had extensive experience in handling real estate commercial lease transactions as practitioners and each party may strike one. The remaining judge (or if there are two, the one selected by JAMS) will serve as the Arbitrator. In the event that JAMS shall no longer exist or if JAMS fails or refuses to accept submission of such dispute, then the dispute shall be resolved by binding arbitration before the American Arbitration Association (“AAA”) under the AAA’s commercial arbitration rules then in effect.
JAMS. (a) All claims or disputes between Landlord and Tenant arising out of, or relating to, the Lease which either party is expressly authorized by a provision hereof to submit to arbitration, shall be decided by the JAMS/Endispute, or its successor, in Orange, California (“JAMS”), unless the parties mutually agree otherwise. Within ten (10) business days following submission to JAMS, JAMS shall designate three arbitrators and each party may, within five (5) business days thereafter, veto one of the three persons so designated. If two different designated arbitrators have been vetoed, the third arbitrator shall hear and decide the matter. Any arbitration pursuant to this Section 22.7 shall be decided within thirty (30) days of submission of JAMS. The decision of the arbitrator shall be final and binding on the parties. All costs associated with arbitration shall be awarded to the prevailing party as determined by the arbitrator.
JAMS. The Arbitration will be held under the auspices of either ---- the American Arbitration Association ("AAA") or Judicial Arbitration & Mediation Services, Inc. ("J.A.M.S"), with the designation of the sponsoring organization to be made by the party who did not initiate the claim. The parties agree that, except as provided in this Agreement, the arbitration shall be in accordance with the AAA's then-current arbitration procedures (if AAA is designated) or the then-current J.A.M.S arbitration rules (if J.A.M.S is designated). The arbitration shall be conducted by a panel of three arbitrators each of whom shall be either a retired judge, or an attorney licensed to practice law in the state in which the arbitration is convened (the "ARBITRATORS"). The arbitration shall take place in Los Angeles, California.
JAMS. “JAMS” means the Judicial Arbitration Mediation Service or its successor by law or by written agreement with JAMS.
JAMS. Any Dispute that is not resolved pursuant to Section 12.1, except for a dispute, claim or controversy under Section 12.9, shall be settled by binding arbitration administered by JAMS before one arbitrator pursuant to the Streamlined Arbitration Rules and Procedures of JAMS then in effect (the “JAMS Rules”), except as otherwise provided herein. The arbitration shall be governed by the U.S. Federal Arbitration Act, 9 U.S.C. §§ 1-16 (the “Federal Arbitration Act”), to the exclusion of any inconsistent state laws. The arbitration will be conducted in Los Angeles, California, and the Parties consent to the personal jurisdiction of the U.S. federal courts, for any case arising out of or otherwise related to this arbitration, its conduct and its enforcement. The language to be used in the arbitral proceedings will be English.
JAMS. Any unresolved Dispute which was subject to Section 11.2 shall be resolved by arbitration administered by JAMS (the “Administrator”) in accordance with its then-effective International Arbitration Rules (the “Rules”), except to the extent any such Rule conflicts with the express provisions of this Section 11.3. Capitalized terms used but not otherwise defined in this Agreement shall have the meanings provided in the Rules. The Arbitration shall be conducted by one neutral arbitrator selected in accordance with the Rules, provided that such individual shall not be a current or former employee or director, or a current stockholder, of either Party or any of their respective Affiliates (or any licensee or sublicensee of the rights granted to such Party under this Agreement). The arbitration and all associated discovery proceedings and communications shall be conducted in English, and the arbitration shall be held in New York, NY, USA. The Arbitrator shall render the Award within 30 days after the Arbitrator declares the Hearing closed, and the Award shall include a written statement describing the essential findings and conclusions on which the Award is based, including the calculation of any damages awarded. The Arbitrator will, in rendering his or her decision, apply the substantive law of the State of New York, excluding its conflicts of laws principles with the exception of Sections 5-1401 and 5-1402 of New York General Obligations Law. The Award rendered by the Arbitrator may be appealed by a Party pursuant to the JAMS Optional Arbitration Appeal Produced. Judgment may be entered upon an award by the Arbitrator in any court of competent jurisdiction. Each Party shall bear its own attorney’s fees, costs, and disbursements arising out of the arbitration, and shall pay an equal share of the fees and costs of the arbitrator.
JAMS. Should a dispute arise between the parties regarding any matter which is expressly authorized by a provision hereof to submit to arbitration, then either party may cause the dispute to be submitted to Jams/Endispute or its successor ("JAMS")in Orange County, California for binding arbitration before a single arbitrator. However, each party reserves the right to seek any equitable remedy by judicial action. No arbitration election by either party pursuant to this subsection shall be effective if made later than thirty (30) days following service of a judicial summons and complaint by or upon such party concerning the
JAMS. In the event of any dispute or controversy arising out of, or relating to, this Agreement, the parties hereto agree to submit such dispute or controversy to binding arbitration pursuant either to the JAMS Streamlined (for claims under $250,000) or the JAMS Comprehensive (for claims over $250,000) Arbitration Rules and Procedures, except as modified herein, including the Optional Appeal Procedure. A sole neutral arbitrator shall be selected from the list (“List”) of arbitrators supplied by the J.A.M.S. (“JAMS”) Los Angeles County, California office, or any successor entity, or if it no longer exists, from a List supplied by the ADR Services, Inc. in Los Angeles, California (“ADR”) following the written request of any party hereto. If the parties hereto after notification of the other party(ies) to such dispute cannot agree upon an arbitrator within thirty (30) days following receipt of the List by all parties to such arbitration, then either party may request, in writing, that JAMS or ADR, as applicable, appoint an arbitrator within ten (10) days following receipt of such request (“Arbitrator”).
JAMS. ANY DISPUTE TO BE ARBITRATED PURSUANT TO THIS PROVISIONS OF THIS SECTION 11.15. SHALL BE DETERMINATE BY BINDING ARBITRATION BEFORE A RETIRED JUDGE OF THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON (THE "ARBITRATOR") UNDER THE AUSPICES OF JUDICIAL ARBITRATION & MEDIATION SERVICES, INC. ("JAMS"). SUCH ARBITRATION SHALL BE INITIATED BY THE PARTIES, OR EITHER OF THEM, WITHIN TEN (10) DAYS AFTER EITHER PARTY SENDS WRITTEN NOTICE (THE "ARBITRATION NOTICE") OF A DEMAND TO ARBITRATE BY REGISTERED OR CERTIFIED MAIL TO THE OTHER PARTY AND TO JAMS. THE ARBITRATION NOTICE SHALL CONTAIN A DESCRIPTION OF THE SUBJECT MATTER OF THE ARBITRATION, THE DISPUTE WITH RESPECT THERETO, THE AMOUNT INVOLVED, IF ANY, AND THE REMEDY OR DETERMINATION SOUGHT. THE PARTIES MAY AGREE ON A RETIRED JUDGE FROM THE JAMS PANEL. IF THEY ARE UNABLE TO PROMPTLY AGREE, JAMS WILL PROVIDE A LIST OF THREE AVAILABLE JUDGES AND EACH PARTY MAY STRIKE ONE. THE REMAINING JUDGE (OR IF THERE ARE TWO, THE ONE SELECTED BY JAMS) WILL SERVE AS THE ARBITRATOR, IN THE EVENT THAT JAMS SHALL NO LONGER EXIST OR IF JAMS FAILS OR REFUSES TO ACCEPT SUBMISSION OF SUCH DISPUTE, THEN THE DISPUTE SHALL BE RESOLVED BY BINDING ARBITRATION BEFORE THE AMERICAN ARBITRATION ASSOCIATION ("AAA") UNDER THE AAA'S COMMERCIAL ARBITRATION RULE THEN IN EFFECT.