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arbitrator

[är′bətrā′tər]
Etymology: L, arbiter, umpire
an impartial person appointed to resolve a dispute between parties. The arbitrator listens to the evidence presented by the parties in an informal hearing and attempts to arrive at a resolution acceptable to both parties. arbitration, n.
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Under this article, parties to an arbitration can claim compensation from an arbitrator who resigns without a valid reason and in this context, the UAE courts would be unlikely to hold that the amendment to the penal code constituted a valid reason.
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Arbitration fantasy players ought not lose hope, though, as there is at least one offensive play that can be used to challenge the general bar to judicial intervention where an arbitrator pick fails to comply with the parties' pre-set draft selection rules.
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The arbitrator will also typically charge the parties for his or her time on an hourly basis.
Consequently, the arbitrator cannot make its decisions with less than substantial evidence, without reasonable basis or in disregard of applicable rules of law (Mount St.
Ultimately, the arbitrator found that the Cirilli plaintiffs' claims were time barred under the limitations period in the agent's agreement.
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Das' tenure as MLB's independent arbitrator was longer than any of his 12 predecessors.