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If the parties fail to agree terms of settlement within 90 days of the initiation of the procedure the dispute may be referred to an arbitrator as agreed between the parties or failing such agreement as may be nominated by the President of the Law Society of England and Wales upon application of any party.
Any dispute between you and us concerning your choice of lawyer will be determined in accordance with an opinion of an expert chosen by us jointly but if we cannot agree on the expert within 21 days the President of the Law Society of England and Wales will appoint one.
If the Dispute is not resolved within a further ten (10) Business Days after being referred to the chief executive officers under section 3.15(e)(ii), the Dispute will be referred to formal mediation in New South Wales by a single mediator appointed by agreement of the parties, or if they fail to agree within ten(10) Business Days, appointed by the President of the Law Society of New South Wales acting on the request of either party.
If the parties cannot agree to a mediator within 14 days of the end of the Initial Period, then the mediator will be nominated by the then current President of the Law Society of the State or Territory in which the Institution is located.
If agreement cannot be reached then a referral will be made to the President of the Law Society of Scotland inviting the President to appoint a person to act as mediator.
In default of agreement, within ten working days of the date of service of a notice referring a Dispute to an Expert for determination, the Expert shall be appointed on the application of any party to the President of the Law Society or the Chairman of the Bar Council.
If the Parties are unable to agree on the identity of the third party, the Parties will ask the President of the Law Society of Scotland to appoint a suitable individual to consider the matter.
If the dispute is not resolved under clause 16.1(a) then either you or we may, after giving 7 days’ notice to the other, ask the President of the Law Society of New South Wales to appoint a mediator to mediate the dispute.
If any dispute arises between the insured and the insurer as to whether a prosecution should be defended or an appeal made, such dispute will be referred to a solicitor attorney or similar legal professional with no less than 10 years experience in the claims jurisdiction stated in the schedule to be mutually agreed between the parties (or in default of agreement to be nominated by the President of the Law Society) whose decision will be final.
Where the Parties are unable to agree on the identity of a mediator, the Parties will ask the President of the Law Society of Northern Ireland to appoint a suitable mediator.