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Arbitral Notice

When an arbitrator takes notice of statutes, case law, government regulations, or other facts of common and widespread knowledge whose accuracy is not...
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Arbitrability

The arbitrator’s jurisdiction or authority to hear a case. Substantive arbitrability objections involve whether or not the subject matter of the dispute is...
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Affidavit

A written statement or declaration offered as a sworn document about a matter at issue. Arbitrators at times will permit the submission of an affidavit but...
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Appeal

The act of taking an arbitration award to court with the goal of overturning or modifying the arbitrator’s decision.  The judicial grounds for overturning...
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Advocate

A person representing the grievant(s) or the employer who presents the grievant’s or employer’s position, evidence, and arguments to an arbitrator.  The...
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Arbitration

Arbitration - A method of dispute resolution provided by a collective  bargaining agreement or  other contract, typically with a final and binding...

Arbitrability

Arbitrability – The arbitrator’s jurisdiction or authority to hear a case.  Substantive arbitrability objections involve whether the subject matter of the...