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  • Gerry D. Williams
    at Santa Barbara Extension Strategic Planning for Organizational Change Adjunct Instructor University of California at Los Angeles Negotiation and Dispute Resolution Skills for Managers Guest Lecturer University of California at Los Angeles Dynamics of Interpersonal Communications in Business Management Chief Executive Officer Southern California Psychiatric Society Five county medical association Chief Administrative Officer Directors Guild of America National entertainment industry union of 9 000 Acting Director Financial Development American Red Cross Los Angeles HONORS AND ACTIVITES 1998 Award of Achievement Southern California Mediation Association 1997 1998 Editor SCMA News Newsletter of the Southern California Mediation Association 1995 1997 Member Board of Directors Treasurer Southern California Mediation Association 1993 Mediator of the Year Los Angeles County Bar Association DRS 1992 Special Recognition Exceptional contributions as a mediator Los Angeles County Bar Association DRS 1990 Award of Excellence in Finance and Administration American Society of Association Executives 1989 Award of Excellence in Finance and Administration American Society of Association Executives EDUCATION Ph D Coursework California Graduate Institute M S University of Southern California B A University of Arizona Mediator Certification Los Angeles County Bar Association DRS Certification UCLA Designing More Effective Organizations to Improve the Quality of Working Life License Accreditation Kolbe Conative Concept Myers Briggs Type PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS Southern California Mediation Association American Society of Training and Development Better Business Bureau Panelist Information Updated July 14 2003 Back To SBCADRe website Go to Gerry D Williams Link Mediator beats by dre outlet legend blue 11s jordan 11 legend blue kate spade outlet black infrared 6s history of jordan 6s louis vuitton outlet legend blue 11s cheap jordan shoes cheap jordan shoes cheap jordans legend blue 11s jordan 6 history of jordan beats by dre cheap legend blue 11s legend blue 11s beats by dre cheap beats by dre cheap legend blue

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  • CADRe: California Rule 225
    order the party to compensate the arbitrator or other neutral for the scheduled hearing time The amount of compensation ordered by the court must not exceed the maximum amount of compensation the arbitrator would be entitled to receive for service as an arbitrator under Code of Civil Procedure section 1141 18 b or that the neutral would have been entitled to receive for service as a neutral at the scheduled hearing or session Subd a amended effective January 1 2004 previously amended effective January 1 1989 July 1 2001 and July 1 2002 b Dismissal of case Except as provided in c each plaintiff or other party seeking affirmative relief must serve and file a request for dismissal within 45 days after the date of settlement If the plaintiff or other party required to serve and file the request for dismissal does not do so the court must dismiss the case 45 days after it receives notice of settlement unless good cause is shown why the case should not be dismissed Subd b amended effective January 1 2004 previously amended effective July 1 2002 adopted effective January 1 1989 c Conditional settlement If the settlement agreement conditions dismissal on the satisfactory completion of specified terms that are not to be performed within 45 days of the settlement the notice of conditional settlement served and filed by each plaintiff or other party seeking affirmative relief must specify the date by which the dismissal is to be filed If the plaintiff or other party required to serve and file a request for dismissal within 45 days after the dismissal date specified in the notice does not do so the court must dismiss the case unless good cause is shown why the case should not be dismissed Subd c amended effective January 1

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  • CADRe: Code of Civil Procedure Section 1141
    c Any election by a plaintiff shall be filed no sooner than the filing of the at issue memorandum and no later than 90 days before trial or at a later time if permitted by the court 1141 13 This chapter shall not apply to any civil action which includes a prayer for equitable relief except that if the prayer for equitable relief is frivolous or insubstantial this chapter shall be applicable 1141 14 Notwithstanding any other provision of law except the provisions of this chapter the Judicial Council shall provide by rule for practice and procedure for all actions submitted to arbitration under this chapter The Judicial Council rules shall provide for and conform with the provisions of this chapter 1141 15 The Judicial Council rules shall provide exceptions for cause to arbitration pursuant to subdivision a b or c of Section 1141 11 In providing for such exceptions the Judicial Council shall take into consideration whether the civil action might not be amenable to arbitration 1141 16 a The determination of the amount in controversy under subdivision a or b of Section 1141 11 and Section 1141 12 shall be made by the court and the case submitted to arbitration at any conference at which all parties are present or represented by counsel Such conference shall be held no later than three months after the at issue memorandum is filed or no later than 90 days before trial whichever occurs first At that time the court shall make a determination whether any prayer for equitable relief is frivolous or insubstantial which decision shall not be appealable The date of such conference may be postponed upon motion of any party for good cause shown No determination pursuant to this section shall be made if all parties stipulate in writing that the amount in controversy exceeds the amount specified in Section 1141 11 b The determination and any stipulation of the amount in controversy shall be without prejudice to any finding on the value of the case by an arbitrator or in a subsequent trial de novo The determination shall be based on the total amount of damages and the judge shall not consider questions of liability or comparative negligence or other defenses c The case shall be submitted to arbitration at an earlier time upon the written request of all plaintiffs subject to a motion by a defendant for good cause shown to delay the arbitration hearing d In cases submitted to arbitration pursuant to Section 1141 11 or subdivision a of Section 1141 12 or paragraph i of subdivision b of Section 1141 12 an arbitrator shall be assigned to hear a case within 30 days from the time of its submission to arbitration 1141 17 a Submission of an action to arbitration pursuant to this chapter shall not suspend the running of the time periods specified in Chapter 1 5 commencing with Section 583 110 of Title 8 of Part 2 except as provided in this section b If an action is or remains submitted to arbitration pursuant to this chapter more than four years and six months after the plaintiff has filed the action then the time beginning on the date four years and six months after the plaintiff has filed the action and ending on the date on which a request for a de novo trial is filed under Section 1141 20 shall not be included in computing the five year period specified in Section 583 310 1141 18 a Arbitrators shall be retired judges retired court commissioners who were licensed to practice law prior to their appointment as a commissioner or members of the State Bar and shall sit individually A judge may also serve as an arbitrator without compensation People who are not attorneys may serve as arbitrators upon the stipulation of all parties b The Judicial Council rules shall provide for the compensation if any of arbitrators except that no compensation shall be paid prior to the filing of the award by the arbitrator or prior to the settlement of the case by the parties Compensation for arbitrators shall unless waived in whole or in part be one hundred fifty dollars 150 per case or one hundred fifty dollars 150 per day whichever is greater except that the board of supervisors of a county or a city and county may set a higher level of compensation for that county or city and county c The board of governors of the State Bar shall provide by rule for the method of selection of arbitrators after consulting with administrative committees established pursuant to Rule 1603 of the Judicial Arbitration Rules for Civil Cases and with county bar associations in counties where there are no administrative committees These rules shall provide for specialized panels and shall become operative upon approval of the Judicial Council d Any party may request the disqualification of the arbitrator selected for his or her case on the grounds and by the procedures specified in Section 170 1 or 170 6 A request for disqualification of an arbitrator on grounds specified in Section 170 6 shall be made within five days of the naming of the arbitrator An arbitrator shall disqualify himself or herself upon demand of any party to the arbitration made before the conclusion of the arbitration proceedings on any of the grounds specified in Section 170 1 1141 19 Arbitrators approved pursuant to this chapter shall have the powers necessary to perform duties pursuant to this chapter as prescribed by the Judicial Council 1141 19 5 In any arbitration proceeding under this chapter no party may require the production of evidence specified in subdivision a of Section 3295 of the Civil Code at the arbitration unless the court enters an order permitting pretrial discovery of that evidence pursuant to subdivision c of Section 3295 of the Civil Code 1141 20 a An arbitration award shall be final unless a request for a de novo trial is filed within

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  • CADRe: Introducing CMADRESS
    Has Referred Your Case to CADRe CMADRESS Program Info Program Info Brochure Program Statistics Some Options for Resolving Your Dispute A Publication about ADR Court Rules Events Announcements Contact CADRe Site Map CADRe Panelist Requirements Panelist Removal Policy Ethical Standards California Mediators CADRe Arbitrators Web Submission Instructions Conference Rooms Forms CADRe Panelist Forms Court Forms CMADRESS PROGRAM OVERVIEW This page has moved You will be redirected shortly If you are

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  • SBCADRe: A Note About Photos
    that you follow these guidelines 1 or 2 photos are permitted on your biographical statement page 72 dpi resolution this is standard screen resolution for the web All photographs should be in JPEG GIF or PNG compression Please be aware that the CADRe website does not include logos line art or hot links to other sites If you would like more information on JPEG compression please see the following article

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  • CADRe: California Rule 3.850 et seq
    with one or more participants out of the presence of the other participants the mediator must first discuss with all participants the mediator s practice regarding confidentiality for separate communications with the participants Except as required by law a mediator must not disclose information revealed in confidence during such separate communications unless authorized to do so by the participant or participants who revealed the information d Use of confidential information A mediator must not use information that is acquired in confidence in the course of a mediation outside the mediation or for personal gain Rule 3 854 renumbered effective January 1 2007 adopted as rule 1620 4 effective January 1 2003 Advisory Committee Comment Subdivision a The general law concerning mediation confidentiality is found in Evidence Code sections 703 5 and 1115 1128 and in cases interpreting those sections See e g Foxgate Homeowners Association Inc v Bramalea California Inc 2001 26 Cal 4th 1 Rinaker v Superior Court 1998 62 Cal App 4th 155 and Gilbert v National Corp for Housing Partnerships 1999 71 Cal App 4th 1240 Rule 3 855 Impartiality conflicts of interest disclosure and withdrawal a Impartiality A mediator must maintain impartiality toward all participants in the mediation process at all times b Disclosure of matters potentially affecting impartiality 1 A mediator must make reasonable efforts to keep informed about matters that reasonably could raise a question about his or her ability to conduct the proceedings impartially and must disclose these matters to the parties These matters include A Past present and currently expected interests relationships and affiliations of a personal professional or financial nature and B The existence of any grounds for disqualification of a judge specified in Code of Civil Procedure section 170 1 2 A mediator s duty to disclose is a continuing obligation from the inception of the mediation process through its completion Disclosures required by this rule must be made as soon as practicable after a mediator becomes aware of a matter that must be disclosed To the extent possible such disclosures should be made before the first mediation session but in any event they must be made within the time required by applicable court rules or statutes Subd b amended effective January 1 2007 c Proceeding if there are no objections or questions concerning impartiality Except as provided in f if after a mediator makes disclosures no party objects to the mediator and no participant raises any question or concern about the mediator s ability to conduct the mediation impartially the mediator may proceed Subd c amended effective January 1 2007 d Responding to questions or concerns concerning impartiality If after a mediator makes disclosures or at any other point in the mediation process a participant raises a question or concern about the mediator s ability to conduct the mediation impartially the mediator must address the question or concern with the participants Except as provided in f if after the question or concern is addressed no party objects to the mediator the mediator may proceed Subd d amended effective January 1 2007 e Withdrawal or continuation upon party objection concerning impartiality In a two party mediation if any party objects to the mediator after the mediator makes disclosures or discusses a participant s question or concern regarding the mediator s ability to conduct the mediation impartially the mediator must withdraw In a mediation in which there are more than two parties the mediator may continue the mediation with the nonobjecting parties provided that doing so would not violate any other provision of these rules any law or any local court rule or program guideline f Circumstances requiring mediator recusal despite party consent Regardless of the consent of the parties a mediator either must decline to serve as mediator or if already serving must withdraw from the mediation if 1 The mediator cannot maintain impartiality toward all participants in the mediation process or 2 Proceeding with the mediation would jeopardize the integrity of the court or of the mediation process Rule 3 855 amended and renumbered effective January 1 2007 adopted as rule 1620 5 effective January 1 2003 Advisory Committee Comment Subdivision b This subdivision is intended to provide parties with information they need to help them determine whether a mediator can conduct the mediation impartially A mediator s overarching duty under this subdivision is to make a reasonable effort to identify matters that in the eyes of a reasonable person could raise a question about the mediator s ability to conduct the mediation impartially and to inform the parties about those matters What constitutes a reasonable effort to identify such matters varies depending on the circumstances including whether the case is scheduled in advance or received on the spot and the information about the participants and the subject matter that is provided to the mediator by the court and the parties The interests relationships and affiliations that a mediator may need to disclose under b 1 A include 1 prior current or currently expected service as a mediator in another mediation involving any of the participants in the present mediation 2 prior current or currently expected business relationships or transactions between the mediator and any of the participants and 3 the mediator s ownership of stock or any other significant financial interest involving any participant in the mediation Currently expected interests relationships and affiliations may include for example an intention to form a partnership or to enter into a future business relationship with one of the participants in the mediation Although b 1 specifies interests relationships affiliations and matters that are grounds for disqualification of a judge under Code of Civil Procedure section 170 1 these are only examples of common matters that reasonably could raise a question about a mediator s ability to conduct the mediation impartially and thus must be disclosed The absence of particular interests relationships affiliations and section 170 1 matters does not necessarily mean that there is no matter that could reasonably raise a question about the mediator s ability to conduct the mediation impartially A mediator must make determinations concerning disclosure on a case by case basis applying the general criteria for disclosure under b 1 Attorney mediators should be aware that under the section 170 1 standard they may need to make disclosures when an attorney in their firm is serving or has served as a lawyer for any of the parties in the mediation Section 170 1 does not specifically address whether a mediator must disclose when another member of the mediator s dispute resolution services firm is providing or has provided services to any of the parties in the mediation Therefore a mediator must evaluate such circumstances under the general criteria for disclosure under b 1 that is is it a matter that in the eyes of a reasonable person could raise a question about the mediator s ability to conduct the mediation impartially If there is a conflict between the mediator s obligation to maintain confidentiality and the mediator s obligation to make a disclosure the mediator must determine whether he or she can make a general disclosure of the circumstance without revealing any confidential information or must decline to serve a Compliance with court qualifications A mediator must comply with experience training educational and other requirements established by the court for appointment and retention b Truthful representation of background A mediator has a continuing obligation to truthfully represent his or her background to the court and participants Upon a request by any party a mediator must provide truthful information regarding his or her experience training and education c Informing court of public discipline and other matters A mediator must also inform the court if 1 Public discipline has been imposed on the mediator by any public disciplinary or professional licensing agency 2 The mediator has resigned his or her membership in the State Bar or another professional licensing agency while disciplinary or criminal charges were pending 3 A felony charge is pending against the mediator 4 The mediator has been convicted of a felony or of a misdemeanor involving moral turpitude or 5 There has been an entry of judgment against the mediator in any civil action for actual fraud or punitive damages d Assessment of skills withdrawal A mediator has a continuing obligation to assess whether or not his or her level of skill knowledge and ability is sufficient to conduct the mediation effectively A mediator must decline to serve or withdraw from the mediation if the mediator determines that he or she does not have the level of skill knowledge or ability necessary to conduct the mediation effectively Rule 3 856 renumbered effective January 1 2007 adopted as rule 1620 6 effective January 1 2003 Advisory Committee Comment Subdivision d No particular advanced academic degree or technical or professional experience is a prerequisite for competence as a mediator Core mediation skills include communicating clearly listening effectively facilitating communication among all participants promoting exploration of mutually acceptable settlement options and conducting oneself in a neutral manner A mediator must consider and weigh a variety of issues in order to assess whether his or her level of skill knowledge and ability is sufficient to make him or her effective in a particular mediation Issues include whether the parties 1 were involved or had input in the selection of the mediator 2 had access to information about the mediator s background or level of skill knowledge and ability 3 have a specific expectation or perception regarding the mediator s level of skill knowledge and ability 4 have expressed a preference regarding the style of mediation they would like or expect or 5 have expressed a desire to discuss legal or other professional information to hear a personal evaluation of or opinion on a set of facts as presented or to be made aware of the interests of persons who are not represented in mediation Rule 3 857 Quality of mediation process a Diligence A mediator must make reasonable efforts to advance the mediation in a timely manner If a mediator schedules a mediation for a specific time period he or she must keep that time period free of other commitments b Procedural fairness A mediator must conduct the mediation proceedings in a procedurally fair manner Procedural fairness means a balanced process in which each party is given an opportunity to participate and make uncoerced decisions A mediator is not obligated to ensure the substantive fairness of an agreement reached by the parties c Explanation of process In addition to the requirements of rule 3 853 voluntary participation and self determination rule 3 854 a confidentiality and d of this rule representation and other professional services at or before the outset of the mediation the mediator must provide all participants with a general explanation of 1 The nature of the mediation process 2 The procedures to be used and 3 The roles of the mediator the parties and the other participants Subd c amended effective January 1 2007 d Representation and other professional services A mediator must inform all participants at or before the outset of the first mediation session that during the mediation he or she will not represent any participant as a lawyer or perform professional services in any capacity other than as an impartial mediator Subject to the principles of impartiality and self determination a mediator may provide information or opinions that he or she is qualified by training or experience to provide e Recommending other services A mediator may recommend the use of other services in connection with a mediation and may recommend particular providers of other services However a mediator must disclose any related personal or financial interests if recommending the services of specific individuals or organizations f Nonparticipants interests A mediator may bring to the attention of the parties the interests of others who are not participating in the mediation but who may be affected by agreements reached as a result of the mediation g Combining mediation with other ADR processes A mediator must exercise caution in combining mediation with other alternative dispute resolution ADR processes and may do so only with the informed consent of the parties and in a manner consistent with any applicable law or court order The mediator must inform the parties of the general natures of the different processes and the consequences of revealing information during any one process that might be used for decision making in another process and must give the parties the opportunity to select another neutral for the subsequent process If the parties consent to a combination of processes the mediator must clearly inform the participants when the transition from one process to another is occurring h Settlement agreements Consistent with d a mediator may present possible settlement options and terms for discussion A mediator may also assist the parties in preparing a written settlement agreement provided that in doing so the mediator confines the assistance to stating the settlement as determined by the parties Subd h amended effective January 1 2007 i Discretionary termination and withdrawal A mediator may suspend or terminate the mediation or withdraw as mediator when he or she reasonably believes the circumstances require it including when he or she suspects that 1 The mediation is being used to further illegal conduct 2 A participant is unable to participate meaningfully in negotiations or 3 Continuation of the process would cause significant harm to any participant or a third party j Manner of withdrawal When a mediator determines that it is necessary to suspend or terminate a mediation or to withdraw the mediator must do so without violating the obligation of confidentiality and in a manner that will cause the least possible harm to the participants Rule 3 857 amended and renumbered effective January 1 2007 adopted as rule 1620 7 effective January 1 2003 Advisory Committee Comment Subdivision c The explanation of the mediation process should include a description of the mediator s style of mediation Subdivision d Subject to the principles of impartiality and self determination and if qualified to do so a mediator may 1 discuss a party s options including a range of possible outcomes in an adjudicative process 2 offer a personal evaluation of or opinion on a set of facts as presented which should be clearly identified as a personal evaluation or opinion or 3 communicate the mediator s opinion or view of what the law is or how it applies to the subject of the mediation provided that the mediator does not also advise any participant about how to adhere to the law or on what position the participant should take in light of that opinion One question that frequently arises is whether a mediator s assessment of claims defenses or possible litigation outcomes constitutes legal advice or the practice of law Similar questions may arise when accounting architecture construction counseling medicine real estate or other licensed professions are relevant to a mediation This rule does not determine what constitutes the practice of law or any other licensed profession A mediator should be cautious when providing any information or opinion related to any field for which a professional license is required in order to avoid doing so in a manner that may constitute the practice of a profession for which the mediator is not licensed or in a manner that may violate the regulations of a profession that the mediator is licensed to practice A mediator should exercise particular caution when discussing the law with unrepresented parties and should inform such parties that they may seek independent advice from a lawyer Subdivision i Subdivision i 2 is not intended to establish any new responsibility or diminish any existing responsibilities that a mediator may have under the Americans With Disabilities Act or other similar law to attempt to accommodate physical or mental disabilities of a participant in mediation Rule 3 858 Marketing a Truthfulness A mediator must be truthful and accurate in marketing his or her mediation services A mediator is responsible for ensuring that both his or her own marketing activities and any marketing activities carried out on his or her behalf by others comply with this rule b Representations concerning court approval A mediator may indicate in his or her marketing materials that he or she is a member of a particular court s panel or list but unless specifically permitted by the court must not indicate that he or she is approved endorsed certified or licensed by the court c Promises guarantees and implications of favoritism In marketing his or her mediation services a mediator must not 1 Promise or guarantee results or 2 Make any statement that directly or indirectly implies bias in favor of one party or participant over another d Solicitation of business A mediator must not solicit business from a participant in a mediation proceeding while that mediation is pending Rule 3 858 renumbered effective January 1 2007 adopted as rule 1620 8 effective January 1 2003 Advisory Committee Comment Subdivision d This rule is not intended to prohibit a mediator from accepting other employment from a participant while a mediation is pending provided that there was no express solicitation of this business by the mediator and that accepting that employment does not contravene any other provision of these rules including the obligations to maintain impartiality confidentiality and the integrity of the process If other employment is accepted from a participant while a mediation is pending however the mediator may be required to disclose this to the parties under rule 3 855 This rule also is not intended to prohibit a mediator from engaging in general marketing activities General marketing activities include but are not limited to running an advertisement in a newspaper and sending out a general mailing either of which may be directed to a particular industry or market Rule 3 859 Compensation and gifts a Compliance with law A mediator must comply with any applicable requirements

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  • CADRe: California Rule 3.875
    1309 Local Trial Court Rule 1102 California Rules of Court 3 221 California Rules of Court 3 1385 California Rules of Court 3 800 10 781 10 783 California Rules of Court 3 850 et seq California Rules of Court 3 874 California Rules of Court 3 875 Code of Civil Procedure 664 6 665 Code of Civil Procedure 1141 Code of Civil Procedure 1281 Code of Civil Procedure 1775

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  • CADRe: California Rule 1580
    used in this division mediation does not include a settlement conference under rule 222 of the California Rules of Court Rule 1580 amended effective July 1 2002 adopted effective January 1 2001 Drafter s Notes 2001 Rules 212 1580 1580 1 1580 2 1580 3 1590 1590 1 1590 2 and 1590 3 and section 32 5 of the Standards of Judicial Administration Rules on Alternative Dispute Resolution Programs for Civil Cases These rules 1 encourage courts to implement high quality court related ADR programs for civil cases and 2 ensure that civil litigants receive information about available ADR processes and are encouraged to consider voluntarily participating in ADR 2002 See note following rule 201 7 Rule 1580 1 Court related ADR neutrals a Lists of neutrals If a court makes a list of ADR neutrals available to litigants the list shall contain at a minimum the following information concerning each neutral listed 1 The types of ADR services available from the neutral 2 The neutral s résumé including ADR training and experience and 3 The fees charged by the neutral for each type of service b Requirements to be on lists In order to be included on a court list of ADR neutrals an ADR neutral must 1 Sign a certificate agreeing to comply with all applicable ethical requirements and 2 Agree to serve as an ADR neutral on a pro bono or modest means basis in at least one case per year not to exceed eight hours if requested by the court The court shall establish the eligibility requirements for litigants to receive and the application process for them to request ADR services on a pro bono or modest means basis Rule 1580 1 adopted effective January 1 2001 Drafter s Notes 2001 See note following rule 1580 Rule 1580 2 ADR program information a Each court shall report to the Judicial Council as requested by the Administrative Office of the Courts information on its ADR programs b Subject to applicable limitations including the confidentiality requirements in Evidence Code section 1115 et seq courts shall require parties and ADR neutrals as appropriate to supply pertinent information for these reports Rule 1580 2 adopted effective January 1 2001 Drafter s Notes 2001 See note following rule 1580 Rule 1580 3 ADR program administration a ADR program administrator The presiding judge in each trial court must designate the clerk or executive officer or another court employee who is knowledgeable about ADR processes to serve as ADR program administrator The duties of the ADR program administrator must include 1 Developing informational material concerning the court s ADR programs 2 Educating attorneys and litigants about the court s ADR programs 3 Supervising the development and maintenance of any panels of ADR neutrals maintained by the court and 4 Gathering statistical and other evaluative information concerning the court s ADR programs Subd a amended effective January 1 2004 subd b relettered as part of subd a 2 subd c relettered as part of

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