What is the meaning of arbitration?
A form of alternative dispute resolution outside of a court that is legally binding.
Joseph Dame Weeks has written: 'Report on the practical operation of arbitration and conciliation in the settlement of differences between employers and employees in England' -- subject(s): Arbitration, Industrial, Industrial Arbitration 'Industrial arbitration and conciliation in France and England' -- subject(s): Arbitration, Industrial, Industrial Arbitration
If you were awarded an arbitration agreement but the judge found the procedure unconstitutional is the arbitration still binding?
Karl Strupp has written: 'Das werk von Locarno' -- subject(s): Arbitration, International, Locarno Conference (1925), International Arbitration, Arbitration (International law) 'Legal machinery for peaceful change' -- subject(s): International law and relations, Arbitration, International, International Arbitration, Arbitration (International law)
Rights Arbitration - This term is used in the context of disputes arising out of existing agreements. Therefore, rights arbitration involves interpretation of existing contract terms. Interest Arbitration - This term is used when disputes arise and there is no agreement. As per the book - Labor Relations and Collective Bargaining by Carrell and Heavrin (7th Edition, Prentice Hall), Rights arbitration is found in almost every labor agreement today and is used far more today…