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arbiter

a person empowered to judge in a dispute; referee; arbitrator

arbiter

[′är·bəd·ər]
(computer science)
A computer unit that determines the priority sequence in which two or more processor inputs are connected to a single functional unit such as a multiplier or memory.
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Hanford suggests that appraisers who act solely as arbitrators should not have to abide by USPAP because they are operating in a quasi-judicial process and are entitled to immunity with no expectation that they explain their conclusions.
The advanced age of many of FINRA's arbitrators raises serious concerns about their ability to effectively and fairly participate in arbitration proceedings.
Klaus Peter Berger, Centre for Transnational Law, University of Cologne and President of the German Institution of Arbitration (DIS); and Victor Leginsky, Chartered Arbitrator and CEDR-certified Mediator, Dubai, the workshops familiarised the participants with the latest practices in international commercial arbitration while contributing towards their self-development in becoming a prospective arbitrator or expert witness.
WHEN JAMES FREEMAN AND HIS former employer Pittsburgh Glass Works (PGW) selected an arbitrator to settle Freeman's age discrimination claim against the company, Maureen Lally-Green topped both parties' lists.
Further, the arbitrator found that the city did not have just cause to terminate Rawlston because he did not have a license to carry a firearm," the judge wrote in his decision.
The list of arbitrators removed by MLB doesn't end there.
Stating that the amendment proposed should be in accordance with the needs of conditions in India, he said many a time the conflict between lawyers, arbitrators and petition (ERS) leads to delay in disposing of a case, depriving delivery of justice in time.
Arbitrators will have 60 days to help resolve a dispute and if they fail the case would go through the regular legal process.
4 of the collective bargaining agreement stated "The Arbitrator shall have .
More precisely, the Chairperson only chooses the arbitrators for a particular case from those on the list drawn up by the CNOSF's board of administration on a proposal from its Committee of Ethics.
There is no doubt that the perception by the parties in investment disputes of the independence and impartiality of arbitrators is a conditio sine qua non of such legitimacy.