arbitrate in

arbitrate in

To mediate between two (or more) parties in conflict. We need someone to arbitrate in this employee dispute before it affects the whole company. As a marriage counselor, I specialize in arbitrating in cases where couples are having difficulty communicating.
See also: arbitrate

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.
See also: arbitrate
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Such agreement or provision shall be valid, enforceable, and irrevocable without regard to the justiciable character of the controversy; provided that this act shall not apply to any such agreement or provision to arbitrate in which it is stipulated that this law shall not apply or to any arbitration or award thereunder.
Plaintiff asked, inter alia, for an order directing Defendant to arbitrate in The Hague under the American Arbitration Act's International Rules.
Compelling your Japanese distributor to litigate of arbitrate in the supplier's country can be a powerful deterrent to a wrongful termination claim.