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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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Arbitration is a process in which a single third party or a panel of arbitrators, most often chosen by the parties themselves, render a decision, in terms less formal than a court, but with a written award.
After five hearings, with testimony from the claimant, the arbitrator issued an award upholding the denial.
9 Challenges to the validity of the agreement to arbitrate are to be decided by the court, 10 while challenges to the validity of the contract or instrument containing the arbitration provision is to be decided by the arbitrator.11
The district court vacated the arbitration award after determining the arbitrator exceeded her powers by awarding prohibited extra-contractual damages and attorneys' fees.
The arbitrator issued his decision on March 4, 2019.
145 (1968), a supposedly neutral arbitrator who was appointed by the arbitrators selected by each party had not disclosed that he had performed consulting work for one of the parties.
Focus: Collective Bargaining Agreement Arbitrator's Award
The Qatar International Centre of Conciliation and Arbitration (Qicca) has organised a seminar on morals and qualities of the arbitrator at the Qatar Chamber headquarters.
Wednesday's inaugural session dealt with two key aspects of international arbitration -- the skills and qualities of an arbitrator and the code of ethics he or she should follow in settling a dispute.
In July 2012 DIAC appointed the sole arbitrator ("Arbitrator No.1").
McGuirl found that the arbitrator disregarded the management rights section of the collective bargaining agreement between the state Department of Corrections and the Rhode Island Brotherhood of Correctional Officers.<br />"The Arbitrator's decision failed to consider relevant portions of the CBA; instead, the Arbitrator issued the Award based on erroneous findings that rendered the Award so irrational that it compromised the integrity of the process," the judge wrote.<br />The 13-page decision in State of Rhode Island, Department of Corrections v.
The arbitrator concluded that he was 'satisfied that Manhattan is in breach of the Deposit Advance Agreement, and is liable to repay to SCF the sum of USD 10,536,653'.