Definition of ADR Rules


ADR Rules means the relevant rules of the ADR Organization for mediation (including non-binding arbitration) or binding arbitration, as applicable, of commercial disputes in effect at the time of the mediation or arbitration.


ADR Rules means the ADR Facilitator’s governing rules and procedures in effect as of the Closing Date.

ADR Rules means the ADR Facilitator’s governing rules and procedures, as applicable, or any successor rules or procedures.

Examples of ADR Rules in a sentence

The mediation will be administered by the ADR Organization using its ADR Rules.
A single mediator will be selected by the ADR Organization from a list of neutrals maintained by it according to the ADR Rules.
A single arbitrator will be selected by the ADR Organization from a list of neutrals maintained by it according to the ADR Rules.
The arbitration will be administered by the ADR Organization using its ADR Rules.
The Requesting Party must start the mediation or arbitration proceeding according to the ADR Rules of the ADR Organization within 90 days after the end of the 180-day period.