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ARBITER

Arterial Biology for the Investigation of the Treatment Effects of Reducing cholesterol. A trial comparing the effects of pravastatin to atorvastatin on carotid intima-media thickness.
Conclusion LDL–C was reduced by 49% with atorvastatin and by 27% with pravastatin; the mean reduction in carotid intima-media thickness was greater in atorvastatin-treated patients.
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Justice Black's opinion could be read to disqualify arbitrators
vacated an arbitration award because the firm of one of the arbitrators
Arbitrators also cite previous rulings when deciding whether to revoke tenure or if a lesser penalty is appropriate.
It may prevent arbitrators from capricious rulings and promote a consistent interpretation that teachers can refer to when determining appropriate behavior.
While the legal details vary by state, arbitral immunity is such a powerful protection that I would advise hesitant appraisers to seriously pursue opportunities to sit in an arbitrator's chair.
The information is available on a new section of FINRA's website: Our Commitment to Achieving Arbitrator and Mediator Diversity at FINRA.
In cases where one of the parties causes delays through not participating in the arbitration proceedings, arbitral institutions may allow the arbitrators to proceed ex parte which means that the matter can proceed in the presence of one party only.
A sharp distinction exists between arbitration clauses which expressly delegate to the arbitrator the exclusive authority to determine the arbitrability of any dispute and those which are silent on the determination of arbitrability.
145 (1968), a supposedly neutral arbitrator who was appointed by the arbitrators selected by each party had not disclosed that he had performed consulting work for one of the parties.
In July 2012 DIAC appointed the sole arbitrator ("Arbitrator No.1").
Arbitrator immunity is essential for arbitration to function effectively, and this has been recognised in the Qatar law; which limits liability for arbitrators in the course of the performance of their duties, save in circumstances of bad faith, collusion, or gross negligence.
We turn first to whether the policy unambiguously prohibits the arbitrator from awarding extra-contractual damages.