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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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Rigo's firm, as arbitrator in the case of Duke Energy International v.
He noted the system requires that a dispute be heard within 45 days of being assigned to an arbitrator.
The cognitive arbitrator is central to Nuances vision of a world in which multiple virtual assistants work together to benefit end users through intelligent and effective conversational AI.
The arbitrator's chair may be unfamiliar to many appraisers, and given the frequent discussions about liability risk in traditional appraisal work, it's understandable that appraisers might have heightened concerns about liability as an arbitrator.
In 2016, FINRA recruited 945 arbitrator applicants, surpassing its goal of 750.
An arbitrator has issued an order providing certain interim relief to Centerra Gold in its ongoing arbitration against the Kyrgyz Republic and Kyrgyzaltyn JSC in connection with the Kumtor project.
Anyone who issues a decision, expresses an opinion, submits a report, presents a case or proves an incident in favour of or against a person, in contravention of the requirements of the duty of neutrality and integrity, while acting in his capacity as an arbitrator, expert, translator or fact finder appointed by an administrative or judicial authority or selected by the parties, shall be punished by temporary imprisonment [ie 3 - 15 years].
The purpose of this paper is to provide an overview of one of the basis to overturn the award of an arbitrator or arbitration panel under the Federal Arbitration Act, that being the "evident partiality" of an arbitrator.
Among their topics are the determination of arbitrator challenges by the secretary-general of the Permanent Court of Arbitration, selection and recusal in the World Trade Organization dispute settlement system, issue conflicts and the reasonable expectation of an open mind: the challenge decision in Devas v.
When Brady--through the NFL Players Association--appealed the four-game suspension as part of the NFL's arbitration process, Commissioner Roger Goodell unilaterally appointed himself as arbitrator to hear Brady's appeal based on the Collective Bargaining Agreement's provision that "the Commissioner may serve as hearing officer in any appeal .
Keywords: international arbitration, arbitrator, counsel, party representative, guidelines, conflicts of interest
The second function is, acting as an appraiser, testifying as to value before a single arbitrator or an arbitration panel; and the third function is, acting only and solely as an arbitrator, taking evidence presented by the parties in a hearing or by submission in writing.