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or bi tray ter

  • n  someone chosen to judge and decide a disputed issue
    the arbitrator's authority derived from the consent of the disputants

  • The arbitrator found, for example, that the American League president and two owners Jerry Reinsdorf, who still controls the Chicago White Sox, and one Bud Selig, then owner of .
  • The arbitrator's ruling in the Guillen case suddenly carries enormous consequences for the players named in the report.
  • Unlike a judge, who might have to spend weeks acquainting himself with the technical points of an industry, the arbitrator, usually a topnotch man in the field, needs no such .
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  • Kensington must fund study of garbage fees, arbitrator rules
    KENSINGTON -- An arbitrator has instructed the board that oversees this community's police department and garbage services to spend about $25,000 on a study to determine if its garbage collection company is entitled to a rate increase.
    June 21, 2013 - El Cerrito Journal
  • Boston cop reinstated after second firing
    An arbitrator has reinstated a Boston police officer after ruling that the testimony of a former Middlesex sheriff’s deputy — already paid $1.4 million in damages by the city — that he was choked by the cop was “not credible” and “not truthful.”
    June 21, 2013 - Boston Herald
  • Arbitrator: Ric Perry violated contract clause on accepted business practices, but not moral turpitude
    In having an affair with his human resources director, former Portage Public Schools Superintendent Ric Perry violated commonly accepted business ethics and practices, an arbitrator ruled in an eight-page decision announced Wednesday.
    June 20, 2013 - The Kalamazoo Gazette

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