For example, the desire to exclude from an arbitration the possibility of punitive damages or to provide an abbreviated statute of limitations may either invalidate the arbitration clause as in Graham Oil or leave residual claims to be tried in a court.(22) Such a strategy is shortsighted on the part of employers; it might result in not only taking at least part of the decision out of the hands of professional arbiters
and putting it back into the hands of juries, but also compounding costs by necessitating both an arbitral and judicial forum for related claims.
praised Healey's work and pointed out her "defined style" that includes curating and creating and reducing down a wardrobe and bringing it back up again.
"Besides, whatever decision the arbiter
will issue would not bind Camcam, not being a party to the case.
Shah refused to comply with the arbiters
' request to turn the phone on to check if it was being used to run a chess program, prompting tournament officials to expel the Indian player from the tournament.
and the procedures of choosing an arbiter
inspire confidence," he said.
Paul tells the Colossians: "Let the peace of God be the decider of all things (the umpire or referee) within your hearts." When things get fraught, when decisions need to be made as to right and wrong, or when we need either to respond or react, Paul advises that we consult God's peace as the final arbiter
. God's peace will not countenance a reaction of anger, irritation, selfishness or dissent, but only a response of love.
My bet is that Dickie Arbiter
is just madly jealous he can't make as much money as Burrell because, for all his years at the Palace, he was never privy to the kind of secrets Burrell was.
Having that one arbiter
makes complete sense for our global economy, especially for developing countries.
allow architects/builders and their clients to agree on an arbiter
from the American Arbitration Association to decide all disputes arising from the performance of the contract.
The Supreme Court may have the final word in legal matters, but when it comes to the Boy Scouts of America's policy against openly gay scouts and troop leaders, the court of public opinion may be the final arbiter
. Now, in the latest round in what has become a national debate, Hollywood director and Scouts advisory board member Steven Spielberg has weighed in on the discriminatory policy with an exclusive statement to The Advocate.
Also serving on the board is Charles Rice, a University of Notre Dame law professor who once recommended that the pope be made a "supralegal arbiter
" to pass judgment on the validity of U.S.
Specifically, Proser contends that Marlowe's "inability to achieve complete authoritative integration in his plays is due to a failure or insufficiency of 'executive ego'" - that "arbiter
of artistic destiny" that "controls and shapes the imagination to larger ends" (6).