Referring to Arbitration Sample Clauses

Referring to Arbitration. If a difference arises between the parties relating to the dismissal or discipline of an employee, or to the interpretation, application, operation or alleged violation of this agreement, including a question as to whether a matter is arbitrable, either of the parties, without stoppage of work, may, after exhausting the grievance procedure established by this agreement, notify the other party in writing of its desire to submit the difference to arbitration and the parties must agree on a single arbitrator. The arbitrator must hear and determine the issue and render a decision, which is final and binding on the parties and any person affected by it.

Related to Referring to Arbitration

Referral to Arbitration Such notification shall specify the party’s choice of whether it wishes to utilize the regular arbitration procedure or the expedited arbitration procedure, as provided for within this Article. In the event that a grievance is submitted to the regular arbitration process, it shall be heard by a single arbitrator, unless either party requests that it be heard by a three-member arbitration board.
Submission to Arbitration The Respondent Party may agree to the Claimant Party’s proposal of arbitration by responding in writing within ten (10) Business Days following receipt of such proposal. Within five (5) Business Days following receipt of the Respondent Party’s agreement to arbitrate, the Claimant Party may submit the Dispute Item to the American Arbitration Association (“AAA”) for arbitration. No Dispute Item may be submitted for arbitration without the consent of both parties.
Consent to Arbitration 1. Each Party consents to the submission of a claim to arbitration in accordance with the procedures set out in this Agreement.
Agreement to Arbitrate Disputes Any dispute, controversy or claim arising out of, involving, affecting or related to this Agreement, or breach of this Agreement, or arising out of, involving, affecting or related in any way to your employment or the conditions of employment or the termination of your employment, including any controversies or claims arising out of or related to the actions of Volt’s other employees, under Federal, State and/or local laws, and/or other such similar laws or regulations, shall be resolved by final and binding arbitration, pursuant to the Federal Arbitration Act, in accordance with the employment rules of the American Arbitration Association (“AAA”), which can be found at www.adr.org or a copy of the AAA rules can be provided to you upon your request to Volt. The arbitrator may award any and all remedies in accordance with the law of the state where you were last employed by Volt. The award shall be in writing, signed by the arbitrator, and shall provide the reasons for the award. Judgment upon the arbitrator’s award may be entered in any court having jurisdiction. This Agreement to Arbitrate Disputes does not prevent you from filing a charge or claim with any governmental administrative agency as permitted by applicable law. Finally, nothing in this Paragraph 15 shall prevent the parties from obtaining injunctive or other equitable relief in court or in arbitration in connection with breach of this Agreement.
Submission of a Claim to Arbitration 1. An investor that meets the conditions precedent in Article 22 (Conditions Precedent to Submission of a Claim to Arbitration) may submit a claim to arbitration under:
GOVERNING LAW; DISPUTES SUBMITTED TO ARBITRATION All disputes arising under this agreement shall be governed by and interpreted in accordance with the laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, without regard to principles of conflict of laws. The parties to this agreement will submit all disputes arising under this agreement to arbitration in Boston, Massachusetts before a single arbitrator of the American Arbitration Association (“AAA”). The arbitrator shall be selected by application of the rules of the AAA, or by mutual agreement of the parties, except that such arbitrator shall be an attorney admitted to practice law in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. No party to this agreement will challenge the jurisdiction or venue provisions as provided in this section. No party to this agreement will challenge the jurisdiction or venue provisions as provided in this section. Nothing contained herein shall prevent the party from obtaining an injunction.
Agreement to Arbitrate To the fullest extent permitted by law, Executive and Company agree to arbitrate any controversy, claim or dispute between them arising out of or in any way related to this Agreement, the employment relationship between Company and Executive and any disputes upon termination of employment, including but not limited to breach of contract, tort, discrimination, harassment, wrongful termination, demotion, discipline, failure to accommodate, family and medical leave, compensation or benefits claims, constitutional claims; and any claims for violation of any local, state or federal law, statute, regulation or ordinance or common law. Claims for workers’ compensation, unemployment insurance benefits and Company’s right to obtain injunctive relief pursuant to paragraph 11 above are excluded. For the purpose of this agreement to arbitrate, references to “Company” include all parent, subsidiary or related entities and their employees, supervisors, officers, directors, agents, pension or benefit plans, pension or benefit plan sponsors, fiduciaries, administrators, affiliates and all successors and assigns of any of them, and this agreement shall apply to them to the extent Executive’s claims arise out of or relate to their actions on behalf of Company.
Mediation and Arbitration of Disputes An Addendum requiring the Mediation and/or the Arbitration of all disputes between the Parties and/or Brokers arising out of this Lease ¨ is þ is not attached to this Lease. LESSOR AND LESSEE HAVE CAREFULLY READ AND REVIEWED THIS LEASE AND EACH TERM AND PROVISION CONTAINED HEREIN, AND BY THE EXECUTION OF THIS LEASE SHOW THEIR INFORMED AND VOLUNTARY CONSENT THERETO. THE PARTIES HEREBY AGREE THAT, AT THE TIME THIS LEASE IS EXECUTED, THE TERMS OF THIS LEASE ARE COMMERCIALLY REASONABLE AND EFFECTUATE THE INTENT AND PURPOSE OF LESSOR AND LESSEE WITH RESPECT TO THE PREMISES. ATTENTION: NO REPRESENTATION OR RECOMMENDATION IS MADE BY THE AMERICAN INDUSTRIAL REAL ESTATE ASSOCIATION OR BY ANY BROKER AS TO THE LEGAL SUFFICIENCY, LEGAL EFFECT, OR TAX CONSEQUENCES OF THIS LEASE OR THE TRANSACTION TO WHICH IT RELATES. THE PARTIES ARE URGED TO:
Referral to Arbitration: Local Matters a. If the grievance is not resolved at Step Three within ten (10) working days of the meeting referred to in Article A.6.4, the local or the employer where applicable may refer a "local matters grievance," as defined in Appendix 2 and Addenda, to arbitration within a further fifteen (15) working days.
Procedure for Arbitration Except as provided in Article 8.2 above, any dispute, claim or controversy arising out of or in connection with this License Agreement which has not been settled through negotiation within a period of thirty (30) days after the date on which either party shall first have notified the other party in writing of the existence of a dispute shall be settled by final and binding arbitration under the then-applicable Commercial Arbitration Rules or, if Licensee’s principal place of business is outside the United States, the International Arbitration Rules of the American Arbitration Association (“AAA”). Any such arbitration shall be conducted by three (3) arbitrators appointed by mutual agreement of the parties or, failing such agreement, in accordance with said Rules. At least one (1) arbitrator shall be an experienced computer software professional, and at least one (1) arbitrator shall be an experienced business attorney with a background in the licensing and distribution of computer software. Any such arbitration shall be conducted in Minneapolis, Minnesota, U.S.A. in the English language. An arbitral award may be enforced in any court of competent jurisdiction. Notwithstanding any contrary provision in the AAA Rules, the following additional procedures and rules shall apply to any such arbitration: