Resolution Process. In all cases wherein a dispute arises, the Partners agree to resolve disputes amicably and with minimal disruption to the normal day-to-day activities of the Partnership. When discussions between the primary staff of the Partners fail to resolve the dispute, the Chief Executive of each Partner will meet face to face and negotiate a resolution in good faith.
Resolution Process. Any dispute which may arise between the parties over the application, meaning or interpretation of this agreement shall first be brought to the attention of the employee's immediate supervisor, either by the employee, or the union representative. The employee and the supervisor, within 15 days2 of the employee's knowledge of the problem, shall informally discuss the problem and attempt to resolve it. If no resolution can be achieved, the employee or the Union shall proceed as follows:
Resolution Process. The parties agree that prompt tribe-to-state and tribe- to-county resolution of problems that affect tribal family receipt of services is an effective way to ensure compliance with the Indian Child Welfare Act and the Minnesota Indian Family Preservation Act. Accordingly, when a report of non-compliance is made, the Department, through its Indian Child Welfare Program Consultant, and the affected Tribe, through its designated tribal representative, will take immediate steps to communicate with each other about the situation and to begin a process to resolve the problem. Anyone may make a report of non- compliance.
Resolution Process. Within ten (10) days of the receipt of written 22 grievance, a review panel shall be formed consisting of one (1) member of the 23 Association's Executive Committee, the Chief Deputy of the Grievant's Division and 24 a third party agreed upon by the other two (2). Within sixty (60) days of the receipt 25 of the grievance the panel shall submit a recommendation to the District Attorney.
Resolution Process. In the event any controversy or claim (a “Dispute”) arises in connection with any provision of this Agreement, the Parties’ respective designated representatives shall attempt to resolve the Dispute. If such Dispute cannot be promptly resolved, the Parties’ designated representatives at the level of Seller’s Executive Director and Iridium’s Vice President shall discuss and endeavor to resolve such Dispute within [***…***] days after referral of the Dispute to them. If the Parties have resolved the Dispute, the Parties shall execute a Dispute resolution report and each Party shall commence the resolution of the Dispute in accordance therewith. In the event the Parties have failed to resolve the Dispute within [***…***] days after the referral of the Dispute to them, the Parties shall refer the Dispute to the Parties’ designated representatives at Seller’s Senior Executive Director and Iridium’s Executive Vice President for resolution (“Senior Party Representatives”). Such Senior Party Representatives’ determination of a resolution with respect to any Dispute shall be final and binding on the Parties. In the event the Senior Party Representatives have failed to resolve the Dispute within [***…***] days after the referral of the Dispute to it, the Parties may escalate the Dispute to Seller’s Division Vice President and Iridium’s Chief Executive Officer for resolution (“Executive Party Representatives”).
Resolution Process. In the event of any Dispute, the Parties shall use their best efforts to settle such Dispute. To this effect they shall consult and negotiate with each other, in good faith and, recognizing their mutual interests, attempt to reach a just and equitable solution satisfactory to both Parties. If a Dispute arises it shall be resolved pursuant to the following procedures prior to the Parties exercising any other remedy provided for hereunder:
Resolution Process. If a deviation from the Post Project Water Regime occurs or is anticipated, Hydro and Split Lake Cree shall enter into the Resolution Process for Deviations in connection with any anticipated, apprehended, or actual Adverse Effect incurred, or anticipated to be incurred, by Split Lake Cree and(or) any Member as a consequence of such deviation or anticipated deviation. The Resolution Process for Deviations shall be as set out below.