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ADR guide for Judges and legal professionals.

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The factors that affect time to disposition generally are so complex and so difficult to measure that there has yet to be an empirical analysis of the connection between expediting arbitration cases and expediting regular jury trial cases. Reducing Costs to Litigants Some supporters of court-annexed arbitration assume that it will produce substantial cost savings for litigants. The research to date suggests that such savings are possible, but whether they are realized depends on the behavior of lawyers in response to arbitration.

Research Committee c. Research Techniques d. Report of the Research Committee e. Court Review Rule 612 — 699. 4 7 Reserved for future purposes Rule 601 PURPOSE OF COURT-ANNEXED ARBITRATION These rules govern references of selected actions to nonbinding arbitration. Their purpose is to provide for the speedy, fair, and economical resolution of controversies by informal procedures while preserving the right of all parties to a conventional trial. , Duke University School of Law. The Private Adjudication Center provides the court with a resource for administration, research and evaluation of arbitration procedures.

Within thirty (30) days after the filing of the sealed arbitration award, any party may file with the court a written demand for trial de novo. b. Return to Court Calendar. Upon such a demand for a trial de novo, the action shall be placed upon the court's trial calendar. The arbitration award shall remain under seal until final judgment is entered or the case is dismissed. c. Conference With Arbitrator. Within fifteen (15) days after the filing of a demand for trial de novo, the parties or counsel shall confer with the arbitrator who conducted the arbitration hearing.

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