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    While arbitration has many procedural problems, delay is not one of them, since most arbitration cases are heard within 10 days after the request. 17. World War II increased the popularity of arbitration since many union and management officials realized that uninterrupted wartime production was essential. 18. The "repeat player" situation favors the individual employee. 19. Arbitrators heavily weigh offers of a compromise grievance settlement before the arbitration hearing since this offer reveals the intent of one or both of the parties. 20. All things considered (time and expense involved), arbitration offers fewer advantages to the parties than other methods of grievance resolution, such as "pulling the pin" through sudden strike activity. MULTIPLE CHOICE 1. The Supreme Court's Gardner-Denver decision: a. resulted in trial courts overturning discrimination grievances heard by the arbitrators. b. contended that the arbitrator’s expertise pertains to labor agreement interpretation and not to resolving federal civil rights laws. c. applies only to "reverse-discrimination" grievances (white employees having more seniority who are denied a promotion filled by a minority employee, for example). d. all of these e. none of…

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    Arbitration is a process that can take the place of a court hearing when there is a dispute. The arbitration process consists of both sides presenting their argument to an impartial third party who will either provide a decision that will be upheld by the court. There are different types of arbitration and only certain types of disputes can be heard by the arbitration process. The two most common types of Arbitration in an employment relationship are voluntary, which is non-binding and…

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    Contextualizing the need to debate the ‘regulation’ of international commercial arbitration: an introduction When entering an hospital, the average patient rarely questions the commitment of its doctors to its well-being. Likewise, when visiting an attorney, most have confidence that the person they visit have their best interests at heart. In reality, our confidence in the professionals performing their roles is based on the existence of a complex web of incentives and deterrents not always…

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    Consolidation under institutional rules in two-party arbitration Table of Contents I. Introduction 1 II. Court ordered consolidation 2 III. Consolidation under institutional rules 5 A. Common provisions 6 B. Criteria used 7 (i) Link between the cases – same legal relationship 7 (ii) Compatibility of the agreements 10 C. Relevant circumstances 11 D. Different arbitrators have already been appointed 11 IV. Conclusions 13 A. Increasingly important role of institutions 13 B. Institutional rules…

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    Employers seeking alternatives to jury trials have traditionally looked to arbitration agreements. It is clear from my research the that Federal Courts will not permit states to constrict arbitration, and they will enforce arbitration agreements in all but the rarest circumstances, no matter how much advantage they give to the stronger parties. I agree with the legal trend that is visible in state and federal case law, to the extent that it has grown tremendously since the FAA was enacted, but I…

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    Generally. Arbitration is a method of resolving a Claim without filing a lawsuit. “Claim” means any dispute between you, Uplifted Enterprises, and/or any involved third party relating to your account, Your Use (defined at here), your relationship with Uplifted Enterprises, or these Terms of Use and Conditions of Purchase. This includes any and all claims that relate in any way to your use of the products, your attempted use of the products, and any act or omission by Uplifted Enterprises or any…

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    approaches with regards to confidentiality and misconduct of arbitrators in international arbitration. Arbitration compared to litigation has proven to be a preferred means in resolving commercial disputes because of its privacy and confidentiality. This is a principle which is widely recognized, however, different jurisdictions like that of Australia and England have different approaches to confidentiality. This is demonstrated in the English case of Emmott v Michael Wilson and the Australian…

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    com, 2016). The article goes on to inform us that the purpose of this court case was to introduce a uniform statute of limitations for sales contracts, thus eliminating the jurisdictional variations and providing needed relief for concerns doing business on a nationwide scale whose contracts have heretofore been governed by several different periods of limitation depending upon the state in which the transaction occurred (courtlistener.com, 2016). The perception I gather was the understanding…

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    international commercial arbitration has become the effective mechanism to resolve disputes between foreign parties, especially in the business community. Besides, nowadays many parties turn to use the arbitration proceeding as an optional method for solving the conflict instead of litigation. This is because the parties need to escape from the national courts, which may postpone procedural dispute. Compared with the arbitration procedure that offers more flexibility, neutrality, finality and…

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    In arbitration, the parties are required to conform to the rules governing the process and include accepting the imposed decision by the arbitrator. This process is disadvantageous as compared to a litigation process because it conforms to the same procedure but with dire consequences. A binding arbitration is without an appeal and its ruling is final despite the objections of either party. Under the law, fraud entails any deliberate deception for self gain (Alghamdi, 2011). Using the evidence…

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