Panel Sample Clauses

Panel. The parties agree that the following arbitrators will serve on a rotating basis, based on the filing date of the arbitration:
Panel. If the parties cannot satisfactorily settle any claim, ----- disagreement or controversy arising out of or related to this Agreement or its interpretation, performance, nonperformance, breach or their respective rights and obligations hereunder, such disagreement shall, at the request of either party, be settled by arbitration as follows. All such disputes shall be referred to an arbitration panel comprised of three persons, one to be selected by each party hereto and the third selected by the first two. The arbitrators shall be persons involved in and familiar with the licensing and technology transfer field and not affiliated with either party. Each party shall select an arbitrator within twenty (20) days of request for arbitration by either party. The first two arbitrators shall select the third member of the panel within fifteen (15) days after their selection. The arbitration shall be held as soon as is reasonably possible after selection of the arbitration panel. The proceedings shall be held in an informal manner as reasonably determined by the arbitrators. Except for the right of appeal as set forth in subparagraph b below, the parties shall be bound by a decision of the arbitration panel with respect to the matter in dispute. All proceedings of the arbitration panel shall be held in Wilmington, Delaware. The panel's costs and fees shall be borne by the party bringing the action. The arbitrators shall presume that all claims of all Licensed Patents are valid and enforceable, and shall not have the power to assess the validity or enforceability of the Licensed Patents.
Panel. Each arbitration shall be conducted by a panel of three (3) impartial arbitrators. Arbitrators shall be required to have a minimum of five (5) years experience in the landfill disposal industry. One arbitrator shall be appointed by CONTRACTOR, one arbitrator shall be appointed by AGENCY, and the third arbitrator, who shall be the chairperson of the panel, shall be appointed by the other two arbitrators. If the other two arbitrators are unable to agree upon an appointment, the third arbitrator shall be appointed by the Presiding Judge of the Superior Court in Napa County. The chairperson of the arbitration panel shall be an attorney licensed to practice within the courts of the State of California. No member of the panel shall be an officer, employee, agent or attorney of CONTRACTOR, or any affiliate of CONTRACTOR or AGENCY.
Panel. 10-10-4-1 The Panel will be chosen from a list of up to 30 standing panel members. For the standing panel pool, up to 15 will be chosen by the Association and up to 15 chosen by the District; however, in the process of comprising the final list, the Association may veto any panel member recommended by the District, and the District may veto any panel member recommended by the Association. To ensure the credibility of the Panel, Panel members shall have had an effective LEAP, LEAD, or EPMP evaluation the prior year and shall have prior teaching experience. 10-10-5-1 Panel decision: 10-10-5-1-2 In order for the Panel to recommend changing the second consecutive Ineffective Rating Effective, a majority of the members of the panel must agree based on a preponderance of the evidence that the Ineffective Rating was inaccurate. In that situation, the Appellant’s rating will be deemed Effective and the Appellant will retain his/her non-probationary status.
Panel. The panel shall consist of three arbitrators chosen from the CPR Panel of Distinguished Neutrals in accordance with the CPR Rules (unless the Parties otherwise agree on the selection of the arbitrators) each of whom shall be a lawyer with at least fifteen (15) years’ experience with a law firm or corporate law department, each of which shall have had over twenty five (25) lawyers or who was a judge of a court of general jurisdiction. In the event the aggregate damages sought by the claimant are stated to be less than $[*], and the aggregate damages sought by the counterclaimant are stated to be less than $[*], and neither side seeks equitable relief, then a single arbitrator shall be chosen, having the same qualifications and experience specified above. Each arbitrator shall be impartial and independent of the Parties and shall abide by the Code of Ethics for Arbitrators in Commercial Disputes (available at xxxx://
Panel. For Disputes amounting to $1,000,000 or more, a panel of three arbitrators shall be selected to hear the Dispute. In such case, each Party shall select one arbitrator who shall be independent and unaffiliated with such Party, and the two arbitrators shall then select the third arbitrator. If the two arbitrators are unable to agree upon the third arbitrator, the JAMS shall select the third arbitrator.
Panel. The Appeal will be heard by a Panel, which is composed of two Union representatives appointed by the Union, a College/District Manager appointed by the Chancellor and the Chief Human Resources Officer. The consultant may attend and serve as resource to the Panel but does not have a vote.
Panel. The arbitration shall be heard and determined by a panel of three (3) persons. Each party shall have the right to designate one (1) member of the panel. Such members shall select a third member of the panel. The party demanding arbitration shall communicate its demand therefore in writing, identifying the nature of the Dispute and the name of its arbitrator, to the other party. The other party shall then be bound to name, in writing, its arbitrator within twenty (20) days after receipt of such demand. Failure or refusal of the other party to name its arbitrator within the twenty (20) day time period shall empower the demanding party to name the second arbitrator as well. If the two (2) arbitrators are unable to agree upon a third arbitrator within twenty (20) days after the second arbitrator is named, the American Arbitration Association ("AAA") shall appoint a third arbitrator from candidates submitted by both parties.
Panel. Any and all such arbitration(s) shall be conducted by a panel of three (3) arbitrators. The Parties shall attempt to agree on the selection of the three (3) arbitrators comprising the arbitration panel within forty-five (45) calendar days from receipt of notice of intent to arbitrate. If the Parties cannot agree on the arbitration panel then either Party may move to have the panel appointed by the United States District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh Division. Time shall be of the essence in nomination of the arbitration panel. The arbitration award by the arbitration panel shall be final and binding, shall include reasonable interest at the Interest Rate. A judgment to enforce the arbitration award may be entered in any court of appropriate jurisdiction.