Moore's Federal Practice: Guide to Judicial Management of Cases in ADR
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Moore's Federal Practice, Third Edition: Guide to Judicial Management of Cases in ADR is a Federal Judicial Center publication that offers guidance to federal trial and bankruptcy courts on when and how to refer appropriate cases to Alternative Dispute Resolution and how to manage cases referred to ADR. FJC research found that although much has been written about basic ADR concepts, very little comprehensive, easily accessible advice on ADR referrals had been written from the court's perspective.
Unlike other publications on the subject Moore's Federal Practice, Third Edition: Guide to Judicial Management of Cases in ADR does not take a position on whether ADR should be used in particular situations, but rather presents various approaches that judges and parties may choose to follow when considering and using ADR. Inside you'll find analysis of:
• Areas where there may be disagreement about the use of ADR
• Advantages and disadvantages of various approaches to ADR
• Emerging trends in ADR
• Preferred approaches to ADR
• How and when to consider using ADR
• Selecting cases that are appropriate for ADR
• Matching the ADR process to the case
• Neutral selection and compensation
• Party consent
• Client attendance
• Party participation
• Referral orders and case management issues
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