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arbitrate between

To mediate between two (or more) parties in conflict. We need someone to arbitrate between these two departments before their in-fighting affects the whole company. As a marriage counselor, I specialize in arbitrating between couples who are having difficulty communicating.
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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.
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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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Two peak shipping seasons -- 2019 and 2020 -- could pass before a contract is arbitrated and takes effect, he said.
The principal requested the Court to nullify the arbitration award as the disputes related to the Commercial Agencies cannot be arbitrated, and consequently the arbitration agreement and the arbitration award ought to be set aside.
is required to be arbitrated under the rules, constitutions, or bylaws of the organizations with which I register." (58)
And the college could have arbitrated or paid the "relatively small amount of money involved" at a much lower expense than litigation, she said.
During the process, it was verified that Agilent's 4 Gb/s SAN tester successfully coexists with the Hitachi drive in the FC arbitrated loop.
Over the last 10 years, 261 (17 percent) of the 1,546 employment disputes arbitrated at NASD or NYSE included a discrimination claim.
Arbitration Service) has arbitrated on more than 2,225 disputes during the same period.
Another issue has been whether the EEOC also has the authority to bring its own suits against employers when the matter is being or has been arbitrated. The EEOC has taken the position that an employee's agreement to arbitrate does not preclude the agency from filing its own lawsuit against the employer based on the employee's allegations of discrimination.
Arbitrated talks between the two sides over a wage dispute commenced on Monday (28 May) and talks are expected to resume on Friday (1 June) according to The Associated Press.
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Unfortunately, the clash often seems vagariously arbitrated by the most simplistic outline, as in Auerbach's Head of David L andau, 1988, or else, as in Kossoff's Red Brick School Building, Willesden, 1985, simply bogs down in pictorial mud.
The products will provide for the automatic discovery of devices connected to a SAN, support multidimensional graphics for representing the network, manage arbitrated loop configurations as well as fabrics, and manage new generation fiber channel storage systems as well as existing HP storage products.
"If these rules go into effect, I would advise CPAs in the investment advisory business to define arbitration in their customer contracts by these NASD rules," said Batman, noting that there were numerous ways and processes disputes could be arbitrated. "Arbitration makes a lot of sense in the investment adviser arena, but CPAs are well advised to state which rules of arbitration they would apply."
Courts have been less than consistent, however, in their approach to whether commercial tort claims, such as fraud in the inducement, misrepresentation, conspiracy, etc., which often are raised in the course of reinsurance disputes, must be arbitrated.(16) At times, a court will conclude that some, but not all, of the claims at issue are subject to arbitration.(17) Of course, the parties always have the option of agreeing to arbitrate all their claims, including those that would not be arbitrable but for that agreement.
Malpractice cases are arbitrated, and there are no contingency fees.