By Erika S. Fine
ADR guide for Judges and legal professionals.
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Adjournment of hearing— 1. Adjournment of mediation hearing may be had only for good cause shown upon motion to the Court. 2. When cases are settled or otherwise disposed of before the hearing date, it is the duty of counsel to notify the Mediation Clerk of the disposition of the case immediately. 3. If notice of the disposition of a case is given to the Mediation Clerk at least ten (10) days before the hearing date, the fees sent to the Mediation Clerk, and payable to the mediators, shall be returned.
2. These rules are adopted in compliance with and pursuant to the authority of Rule 83, Fed. R. Civ. , and other federal rules and statutes providing* for district court local rules. 3. The Clerk is directed to make appropriate arrangements to see that these rules are published promptly and that copies of the rules are made available for distribution to the bar and the public. This the 24th day of October 1984. Chief Judge, United States District Court Judge, United States District Court Judge, United States District Court 46 ADR and the Courts TABLE OF RULES VI.
A recent Judicial Council report estimated that the cost to process a case through arbitration in California in fiscal year 1982 was about $123 for each case assigned to the program, and about $299 for each case actually heard by an arbitrator. These estimates do not include the cost of judge time allocated to determining arbitration eligibility. In Pittsburgh, when the plaintiffs attorney files a case, he or she is asked whether it is eligible for arbitration. If it is declared eligible, the court clerk automatically assigns it to the program and schedules a hearing date for it.
ADR and the Courts. A Manual for Judges and Lawyers by Erika S. Fine