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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Global Banking News-August 19, 2016--Goldman files suit to force former employee to arbitrate in Fed leak case
Ecuador argues that the FSIA required the District Court to make a de novo determination of whether Ecuador's offer to arbitrate in the BIT encompassed Chevron's breach of contract claims.
Article 203(4) of the CPC states that: "It shall not be permissible to arbitrate in matters which conciliation is not permissible.
ISLAMABAD, September 12, 2009 (Balochistan Times): Pakistani Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi has said that his government would welcome the US, if India wanted it to arbitrate in the Mumbai investigation.
FIFA's legal team are mulling over whether the governing body of world football should step in and arbitrate in the Carlos Tevez affair.
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."
Acas has also been called in to arbitrate in a dispute over the time shop stewards can devote to union duties.
Compelling your Japanese distributor to litigate of arbitrate in the supplier's country can be a powerful deterrent to a wrongful termination claim.
While there are presumably potential efficiency benefits to arbitrating multiple claims at once rather than in separate "one-on-one" arbitrations, franchisors have long sought to avoid having to arbitrate in consolidated or class action proceedings for a number of compelling reasons.
The new body would be set up by the SFL or the SFA to arbitrate in disputes and avoid costly legal battles.
Employers respond to this litigation by insisting that the Federal Arbitration Act requires the court to stay the proceeding and order the employee to arbitrate in accordance with the signed agreement.
3; June 7, 1959.] Plaintiff asked, inter alia, for an order directing Defendant to arbitrate in The Hague under the American Arbitration Act's International Rules.
Section 2 of the Act provides that any agreement to arbitrate in any maritime transaction or a contract evidencing a transaction involving interstate commerce ...