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empanel

verb calendar, docket, enlist jurors, enroll, enter those names designated as jurors, insert names on a register, list for jury duty, list jurors, place upon a list, register, schedule, select jurors, sign in
Associated concepts: empanel a jury

empanel

to enter on a list (usually names of persons to be summoned for jury service) or to select (usually a jury) from the names on such a list.

TO EMPANEL, practice. To make a list or roll, by the sheriff or other authorized officer, of the names of jurors who are summoned to appear for the performance of such service as jurors are required to perform.

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The Company has selected its arbitrator and requested that the International Centre for the Settlement of Investment Disputes step in to make the final two appointments and empanel the arbitrators to allow the case to move forward.
AIMR and other industry leaders had urged the SEC instead to empanel a Blue-Ribbon Task Force representing all market participants with the charge to evaluate the current disclosure practices, work to narrow the definition of "materiality," and establish a body of "best practices" for corporate communications with the investment community and the general public.
Instead, as stated in AIMR's original response to the proposed Regulation FD, AIMR strongly recommends that the SEC empanel a blue-ribbon task force representing all market participants with the charge to (1) evaluate the current disclosure practices, (2) work to narrow the definition of "materiality," and (3) establish a body of "best practices" for corporate communications with the investment community and the general public.
NPC empanels the NLMs after a nationwide advertisement and subsequent selection and training.