Arbitration

Is a process to resolve disputes for securities and futures markets. It can involve broker/dealers, clients, and employees of broker/dealers. There are different forums such as the NASD and NYSE.
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arbitration

[n] - (law) the hearing and determination of a dispute by an impartial referee agreed to by both parties (often used to settle disputes between labor and management) 2. [n] - the act of deciding as an arbiter
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Arbitration

The settling of a dispute by an arbitrator. Arbitration is a long established alternative to litigation (which may not always be less complex) and which involves an arbitrator reaching a judgment, which is binding on both parties. Where arbitrators cannot agree they may appoint an 'umpire'. The decision of an arbitrator is known as an 'award'.
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Arbitration

A process where devices compete for possession of the channel on a prioritized basis.
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Arbitration

A process in which a neutral third party hears both sides to a dispute and renders a decision.  It is an alternative to using the legal process, which can be costly, and time consuming.
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Arbitration

A process by which two disputing parties come to a suitable conclusion.
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arbitration

Submission of a dispute to a third, unbiased party for settlement. It may be personal litigation (legal action), a trade-union issue, or an international dispute. Following the Hague Conventions...
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Arbitration

The reference of a dispute for decision to a person or persons other than a court. This may be by agreement between the parties or because it is required by legislation. The procedure is private but, unlike mediation, the arbitrator's decision is binding and he is bound to conduct himself as a judge would in court.
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Arbitration

Trade Association arbitration is cheaper, quicker and simpler than court proceedings
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Arbitration

using an independent third party to settle disputes without going to court. The third party acting as arbitrator must be agreed by both sides. Contracts often include arbitration clauses nominating an arbitrator in advance.
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Arbitration

A particular procedure for resolving disputes outside of the courts using one or more neutral parties known as the arbitrator or the arbitration panel. Arbitration can sometimes use less formal methods than those followed in trial courts. This can sometimes lead to a faster and less expensive resolution. There are many types in arbitration in use. ...
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Arbitration

A voluntary but binding arbitration is available where an applicant is pursuing an unfair dismissal claim. The applicant must receive independent advice and the parties must agree in writing to be bound by the decision before proceedings. The hearing is private, there is a bar on any further tribunal hearing on the claim and the arbitrator can awar...
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Arbitration

Ar`bi·tra'tion noun [ French arbitration , Latin arbitratio , from arbitrari .] The hearing and determination of a cause between parties in controversy, by a person or persons chosen by the parties. » This may be done by one person; but it is usual to choose two or three call...
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arbitration

noun (law) the hearing and determination of a dispute by an impartial referee agreed to by both parties (often used to settle disputes between labor and management)
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arbitration

arbitrament noun the act of deciding as an arbiter; giving authoritative judgment; `they submitted their disagreement to arbitration`
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Arbitration

• (n.) The hearing and determination of a cause between parties in controversy, by a person or persons chosen by the parties.
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arbitration

nonjudicial legal technique for resolving disputes by referring them to a neutral party for a binding decision, or `award.` An arbitrator may consist ... [4 related articles]
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Arbitration

Method of settling employment disputes through resource to an impartial third party whose decision is usually final and binding.
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ARBITRATION

A method of alternative dispute resolution in which the disputing parties agree to abide by the decision of an arbitrator.
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Arbitration

a legal method of resolving a dispute without going to court.
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arbitration

A method where conflict between two or more parties is resolved by impartial persons - arbitrators - who are knowledgeable in the areas in controversy. (See mediation)
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Arbitration

A method of alternative dispute resolution in which the disputing parties agree to abide by the decision of an arbitrator(s).
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Arbitration

n. a court officer, who is employed by a some party or some legal institution to manage some cause for them. Earliest records of the courts show first appearances of attorneys in England. By virtue of their work and duties performed, an attorney at law cannot be an attorney of both the litigating parties, in the same controversy.
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Arbitration

Arbitration is the determination of a dispute by an arbitrator or arbitrators rather than by a court of law. Any civil (i.e. non-criminal) matter may be settled in this way; commercial contracts often contain arbitration clauses providing for this to be done in a specified way. If each side appoints its own arbitrator, as is usual, and the arbitrat...
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arbitration

Submission of a dispute to a third, unbiased party for settlement. It may be personal litigation (legal action), a trade-union issue, or an international dispute. Following the Hague Conventions of 1899 and 1907, the first permanent international court was established in The Hague in the Netherla...
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