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arbitrate between (someone and someone else)

to mediate between two disagreeing parties; to help two disagreeing parties to resolve their differences. Jane was called upon to arbitrate between the workers and the manager. I arbitrated between Fred and his ex-wife.
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arbitrate in (a dispute)

to mediate or negotiate a settlement in a dispute. She refuses to arbitrate in this dispute. I will arbitrate in this little disagreement.
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In its latest proposal to Sinclair, Mediacom would accept final binding arbitration before the FCC Media Bureau under established procedures for arbitrating retransmission consent disputes previously adopted by the FCC in the News Corp.
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0 builds on its unique, production-proven, affordable and reliable approach to arbitrating data and offers extensive new productivity enhancements including cross-platform operating system support, per-node bandwidth allocation, Avid Unity MediaNet storage virtualization, native OS file system and rights management, and 24/7 mission-critical ready with true real-time failover capability.
The Perennial Team has years of experience negotiating and arbitrating employment and corporate issues for companies, organizations and non-profits across the globe.
The 15 initial Business Panelists have subject matter expertise in mediating and arbitrating a wide array of dispute types.