Rules of the American Arbitration Association Sample Clauses

Rules of the American Arbitration Association. Except as provided above, arbitration shall be based, insofar as applicable, upon the Commercial Arbitration Rules of the American Arbitration Association.
Rules of the American Arbitration Association. If the Parties are unable to agree within ten (10) days, the arbitrator shall be selected by the Chief Judge of the Circuit Court for Baltimore City. The written decision of the arbitrator so appointed shall be conclusive and binding on the Parties and enforceable by a court of competent jurisdiction. The expenses of the arbitration shall be borne by the non-prevailing Party to the arbitration, including, but not limited to, the reasonable cost of experts, evidence, and legal counsel. Whenever the action is required to be taken under this Agreement within a specified period of time and the taking of such action is materially affected by a matter submitted to arbitration, such period shall automatically be extended by the number of days, plus ten (10), that are taken for the determination of that matter by the arbitrator. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the Parties agree to use their best reasonable efforts to minimize the costs and frequency or arbitration hereunder. In addition, both Parties agree to use their best efforts to cause a final decision to be rendered with respect to the matters submitted to arbitration within sixty (60) days after its submission.
Rules of the American Arbitration Association. Any decision or award as a result of any such arbitration proceeding shall include the assessment of costs, expenses and reasonable attorney's fees and shall include a written record of the proceedings and a written determination of the arbitrators. Absent an agreement to the contrary, any such arbitration shall be conducted by an attorney experienced in intellectual property law. The Parties reserve the right to object to any individual who shall be employed by or affiliated with a competing organization or entity. In the event of any such dispute or difference, either Party may give to the other notice requiring that the matter be settled by arbitration. An award of arbitration shall be final and binding on the Parties and may be confirmed in a court of competent jurisdiction including Idaho and Nevada.

Related to Rules of the American Arbitration Association

  • Rules of Arbitration 1. Within 10 working days of receipt of the Federation's notice of its intent to arbitrate a grievance, the Federation shall call upon the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service for a list of five potential arbitrators. The federation will provide the employer with a simultaneous copy of the arbitration panel request.

  • Mediation/Arbitration 18.1 In accordance with Article 16.6, grievances may proceed through the grievance procedure to a mediator for the purpose of resolving grievances in an expeditious and informed manner. The mediator shall endeavour to assist the parties to settle the grievance by mediation. If the parties are unable to settle the grievance by mediation, the parties, by mutual consent, may empower the mediator as an arbitrator and the arbitrator shall determine the grievance by arbitration. When determining the grievance by arbitration, the arbitrator may establish or limit the nature and extent and form of the evidence and may impose such conditions, as they consider appropriate. The arbitrator shall give a succinct decision within seven (7) calendar days after completing proceedings, unless the parties agree otherwise.

  • Jurisdiction; Arbitration The laws of the State of Louisiana shall govern the interpretation, validity and effect of this Agreement without regard to the place of execution or the place for performance thereof. Any controversy or claim arising out of or relating to this Agreement, or the breach thereof, shall be settled by arbitration located in Houston, Texas administered by the American Arbitration Association in accordance with its applicable arbitration rules, and the judgment on the award rendered by the arbitrator(s) may be entered in any court having jurisdiction thereof, which judgment shall be binding upon the parties hereto.

  • Expedited Arbitration Procedures If the issue to be resolved through the negotiations referenced in Section 14.2 directly and materially affects service to either Party's end user customers, then the period of resolution of the dispute through negotiations before the dispute is to be submitted to binding arbitration shall be five (5) Business Days. Once such a service affecting dispute is submitted to arbitration, the arbitration shall be conducted pursuant to the expedited procedures rules of the Commercial Arbitration Rules of the American Arbitration Association (i.e., rules 53 through 57).

  • Expedited Arbitration Procedure The expedited procedure shall be used for either grievances involving Articles exclusively applying to temporary workers or, with the mutual agreement of the Employer and Union, for other grievances. For grievances that do not involve Articles exclusively applying to temporary workers, either the Employer or Union may request in writing that the expedited arbitration procedure be used at the time the Parties are scheduling dates with the arbitrator.

  • Expedited Arbitration (a) The Parties may by mutual agreement refer to expedited arbitration any outstanding grievances considered suitable for this process, and shall set dates and locations for hearings of groups of grievances considered suitable for expedited arbitration.

  • Level Four - Arbitration If the grievant is not satisfied with the decision at Level Three, within ten (10) calendar days after receipt of the Board's response at Level Three, the grievance may be appealed to arbitration by the Association. Within ten (10) calendar days after such written notice of the appeal to arbitration, the Superintendent and the Association will attempt to agree upon a mutually acceptable arbitrator and to obtain a commitment from such arbitrator to serve. If the parties are unable to agree upon an arbitrator or to obtain such a commitment within the ten (10) day period, a request for a list of seven (7) arbitrators may be made to the Oregon Employment Relations Board by either party. The parties may mutually agree to request arbitrators who reside or maintain an office in Oregon. The parties will then be bound by the AAA Rules in the selection of an arbitrator. The arbitrator selected will hold a hearing promptly and will issue a decision not later than thirty (30) days from the date of the close of the hearing. The arbitrator's decision will be in writing and will set forth his/her findings of fact, reasoning and conclusions on the issues submitted to the Board and the Association and will be final and binding upon the parties. The arbitrator shall not add to, subtract from, modify, or amend any terms of this Agreement. The arbitrator shall have no power to substitute his/her discretion for that of the Board in any manner not specifically contracted away by the Board. The decision of the arbitrator within the scope of his/her authority shall be binding on the parties. The costs for the services of the arbitrator, including per diem expenses, if any, and travel and subsistence expenses and the cost of any hearing room will be borne equally by the Board and the Association. All other costs will be borne by the party incurring them.

  • Dispute Resolution; Arbitration Except as otherwise provided in writing with respect to EVERTEC’s failure to achieve or maintain a Service Level (as such term is defined below), or except as may otherwise be agreed to in writing among the parties, any dispute, controversy or claim between EVERTEC, on the one hand, and the Popular Parties and their respective Subsidiaries, on the other, or against any Representative of one of the parties, related to this Master Agreement, and any dispute or claim related to the relationship or duties contemplated hereunder, including the validity of this clause (a “Dispute”) will be resolved in accordance with this Section. Each party will give written notice (a “Notice of Dispute”) to the others of any Dispute claimed by it within thirty (30) days of learning of the cause of such a Dispute. The Notice of Dispute will include a reasonable description of the basis of the Dispute, including, without limitation, (i) the specific charge or charges being disputed, (ii) if available and/or applicable, the supporting documentation that is reasonably required for verification of the charge or charges, and (iii) any amounts being withheld. Following delivery of a Notice of Dispute, a Representative of each party will meet and will attempt in good faith to resolve the Dispute. Any Dispute that remains unresolved for more than twenty (20) days after the receipt of a Notice of Dispute shall be referred to designated representatives of the parties hereto who shall negotiate in good faith to resolve such dispute (the “Resolution Forum”). If a Dispute is not resolved in the Resolution Forum, the Dispute shall be submitted to the consideration of a representative from the senior management of EVERTEC who shall be identified in a written notice delivered to the Popular Parties from time to time, the Chief Operating Officer, the Chief Financial Officer or the Chief Information Officer of BPPR and the Chief Operating Officer or the Chief Financial Officer of Popular. Any Disputes that may remain unresolved for more than ninety (90) days following the receipt of a Notice of Dispute may be referred to binding arbitration at the request of any party upon written notice to the other. Such arbitration proceeding will be administered by the American Arbitration Association in accordance with the then-current Commercial Arbitration Rules and will be aired in the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico. The arbitration will be governed by the United States Arbitration Act, 9 U.S.C. §§ 1-16 to the exclusion of any provision of state law inconsistent therewith or which would produce a different result. A panel of three neutral arbitrators will determine the Dispute of the parties and render a final award in accordance with the applicable substantive law. If the Dispute is between EVERTEC, on the one hand, and one or both of the Popular Parties and their respective Subsidiaries, on the other hand, each of EVERTEC and the Popular Parties shall select one neutral arbitrator and, unless those parties agree on a third neutral arbitrator, such two arbitrators shall select the third arbitrator (subject to such limitations, if any, mutually agreed by those parties). If the Dispute is between the Popular Parties, than each of the Popular Parties shall select one neutral arbitrator and, unless those parties agree on a third neutral arbitrator, such two arbitrators shall select the third arbitrator (subject to such limitations, if any, mutually agreed by those parties). Strict confidentiality will govern the arbitration proceedings, including all information submitted to the arbitrator and the decision or award entered by the arbitrator. Any court having jurisdiction may enter judgment upon the award rendered by the arbitrator. The terms hereof will not limit any obligation of a party to defend, indemnify or hold harmless another party against court proceedings or other Losses. The procedures specified in this section will be the sole and exclusive procedures for the resolution of Disputes among the parties arising out of or relating to this Master Agreement; provided, however, that a party may request temporary remedies in a court of law to maintain the status quo or to protect goods or property until the arbitration has initiated and the selected arbitrator has had the opportunity to resolve the request for temporary relief. Each party is required to continue to perform its obligations under this Master Agreement pending final resolution of any Dispute arising out of or relating to this Master Agreement, unless to do so would be impossible or impracticable under the circumstances.

  • Step 4 - Arbitration If the grievant is not satisfied with the disposition of the grievance by the Board or is no disposition has been made within the period above provided, the grievance, only at the option of the Association, may be submitted before an impartial arbitrator. The Association shall exercise the right of arbitration by giving the Superintendent written notice of intent to arbitrate within twenty (20) school days of receipt of the written disposition of the Board. If the parties cannot agree as to the arbitrator within five (5) school days from the notification date that the arbitration will be pursued, the arbitrator shall be selected by the American Arbitration Association in accordance with its rules, which rules shall likewise govern the arbitration proceedings. The parties shall not be permitted to assert in such arbitration proceeding any ground or to rely on any evidence not previously disclosed to the other party. The decision of the arbitrator shall be final and binding upon both parties.

  • Applicable Law; Arbitration The validity, interpretation and enforcement of this Agreement and any amendments or modifications hereto shall be governed by the laws of the State of Colorado, as applied to a contract executed within and to be performed in such State. The parties agree that any disputes shall be definitively resolved by binding arbitration before the American Arbitration Association in Denver, Colorado in accordance with its rules of arbitration procedure then in effect. The parties consent to the jurisdiction to the federal courts of the District of Colorado or, if there shall be no jurisdiction, to the state courts located in Arapahoe County, Colorado, to enforce any arbitration award rendered with respect thereto. Each party shall choose one arbitrator and the two arbitrators shall choose a third arbitrator. All costs and fees related to such arbitration (and judicial enforcement proceedings, if any) shall be borne by the Company unless Employee’s claim is deemed to be frivolous by the arbitrator(s) or judge.