Alternative Dispute Resolution: California Forms of Pleading and Practice Collection
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This publication takes the ADR chapters of California Forms of Pleading and Practice and combines them in one easy to use eBook publication. Every civil litigation case does an initial check of whether an ADR contract applies or other ADR issues apply. For employment litigators, an ADR contract is almost always involved, and the same applies for consumer contracts or other purchasing agreements. This ADR product is a must when an arbitration agreement applies. Additionally, the chapter on Mediation can apply to most any litigation when the parties want to settle the matter short of trial.
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Because of the comprehensive nature of California Forms of Pleading and Practice chapters, you get 1) An overview of the chapter contents, 2) Comprehensive analytical coverage of the legal topic, 3) A Research Guide with citations to the applicable statutes and rules of court, along with a vast list of court case summaries arranged by topic, 4) Checklists, and 5) Forms to prepare and file with courts.
California Forms of Pleading and Practice is updated 5 times per year. Many of the chapters in this eBook offering are updated 3 times during the year, which means you get the latest information faster than other publications or publishers that update only annually.
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Helpful Guidance for Additional Research and Forms
The chapters in this publication are cross referenced to other chapters in California Forms of Pleading and Practice, and in some cases to chapters not included the chapters selected for these products, or cross referenced to other important California publications. For times when tangential issues come up not addressed in a chapter (e.g, service of process), the customer can use the cross references to expand to more in-depth research. For cross references to other publications, the most important is California Points and Authorities, which builds the arguments to explain to the court why the litigant should win the matter being submitted by the forms found in the chapters in this eBook publication.
Table of Contents
Table of Contents
Ch. 30 Using Alternative Dispute Resolution
Ch. 31 Mediation
Ch. 32 Contractual Arbitration: Agreements And Compelling Arbitration
Ch. 33 Contractual Arbitration: Appointment Of Arbitrator And Conduct Of Proceeding
Ch. 34 Contractual Arbitration: Judicial Review
Ch. 35 Arbitration And Conciliation Of International Commercial Disputes
Ch. 36 Judicial Arbitration
Ch. 37 Judicially Mandated Civil Action Mediation
Ch. 38 Reference
Ch. 39 Tactics And New Developments In ADR
Ch. 534 Submitted Controversy (Agreed Case)