If he simply decides to appeal, the case would go to an arbitration panel.
But when they came together in what worked like an arbitration process, they found common ground.
In the end, after Allred had dropped her, she went to arbitration against Citibank, representing herself, and lost.
The lawsuit against the Republic of Austria wound through the United States Supreme Court and an Austrian arbitration panel.
An appeals process also allows accused players to confront and question witnesses before an arbitration panel.
K The Transvaal War pertinently illustrates the prevailing want of knowledge regarding the true sphere of arbitration.
It is therefore basically not a plan of arbitration, nor is it an industrial court.
Mr. Fraser, knowing well the man with whom he had to deal, submitted the affair to arbitration.
I hear that for the points now in dispute an arbitration will be proposed.
The treaty of arbitration must stipulate the principles according to which the arbitrators have to give their verdict.
late 14c., "absolute decision," from Old French arbitracion, from Latin arbitrationem (nominative arbitratio) "judgment, will," noun of action from past participle stem of arbitrari "to be of an opinion, give a decision," from arbiter (see arbiter). Meaning "settlement of a dispute by a third party" is from 1630s.
The settling of disputes (especially labor disputes) between two parties by an impartial third party, whose decision the contending parties agree to accept. Arbitration is often used to resolve conflict diplomatically to prevent a more serious confrontation.