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arbitrational

(ˌɑːbɪˈtreɪʃənəl)
adj
relating to, involving, or resulting from arbitration
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Adj.1.arbitrational - relating to or resulting from arbitrationarbitrational - relating to or resulting from arbitration; "the arbitral adjustment of the controversy"; "an arbitrational settlement"
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Pressed if he thought it would have been too late by the time Duterte decides to assert the Philippines' claims given China's recent activities, Panelo replied: "I do not think so because the arbitrational award will be there forever.
Prior to working in legal finance, Perich's practice focused on complex commercial litigation and insurance coverage where he represented his clients in court and arbitrational proceedings.
Duterte did say in a policy speech on July 25, 2016 that the Philippines"strongly affirm and respect the arbitrational tribunal's ruling," yet it is hard to escape the conclusion that the situation is moving in the opposite direction.
These matters include (1) achieving compatibility between arbitrational objectives and settlement methodologies (Slater, 2013; Tulis, 2010; Fry & Chance; International Chamber of Commerce, 1990; International Center for Dispute Resolution, 2010; Inc., 2014); (2) forging an agreement on processes and procedures which will be used to manage arbitration activities (American Arbitration Association, 2013; JAMS, 2014); and (3) dealing with legal and political issues which may impact the success of the dispute resolution process (Alexander v Gardner-Denver Company, 1974; 4 Penn Plaza LLC v.
He added that QICDRC could now be considered equal in authority to the national courts, in terms of its power to view and decide disputes arising from or related to arbitrational matters.
The dispute between smelter operators and affected land owners was eventually sent to an arbitrational tribunal and was ultimately settled via litigation in 1941.
Eventually, consumers may turn to third parties like the American Arbitrators Association, the Arbitration Foundation of Southern Africa, the Institute of Arbitrators and Mediators Australia, or the Geschillencommissie (Netherlands) who offer arbitrational services to resolve the dispute.
(31) An arbitrational legal order (ordre juridique arbitral'), to use the expression of one author: E.
This, in turn, makes it difficult to have much faith in the arbitrational skills and constitutional expertise of the voting public.
"Whilst it's early days in terms of the DIFC, which is I think very much the leader in this, the potential upside of using the DIFC or other arbitrational courts, which certainly warrants contractors looking at it, is that once you get your award, you can effectively, convert that into an Emirati court judgement, and theoretically, you should be able to enforce in other GCC states," he explained.
The main arbitrational tribunal at the national level in the United States is the American Arbitration Association (AAA) (35).
as non-party to the UNCLOS is hindered from the III-party/LOSC, neutral arbitrational platform).