Definition of "arbitrator"
  1. An individual, often an attorney or expert in a specific field, who officiates an arbitration. This person, similar to a judge, oversees a simplified, less formal version of a trial. Arbitrators are typically selected from lists provided by court jurisdictions, arbitration services, or organizations like the American Arbitration Association. Their role is to facilitate the swift resolution of disputes
How to use "arbitrator" in a sentence
  1. The two companies couldn't reach an agreement, so they brought in an arbitrator to settle the dispute.
  2. As an expert in construction law, she was chosen as the arbitrator for the case.
  3. When the contract negotiations reached a impasse, they decided to hire an arbitrator to make a binding decision.

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