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  • CADRe: Court Rules
    Program CALIFORNIA RULES OF COURT Rule 3 221 Information about ADR Rule 3 1385 Notify court and others of settlement Rule 3 800 Definitions Rule 10 781 Court related ADR neutrals Rule 10 783 ADR program administration Rule 3 850 Rule 3 851 Rule 3 852 Rule 3 853 Rule 3 854 Rule 3 855 Rule 3 856 Rule 3 857 Rule 3 858 Rule 3 859 Rule 3 860

    Original URL path: http://www.sbcadre.org/cadre/rules/ctrules.htm (2016-02-13)
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  • CADRe: 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 CADRe Events Announcements Date Event Announcement Download the free Adobe Acrobat Reader 09 18 09 Notice of Changes to the CMADRESS Program Please see the link below for notice of changes to CMADRESS http www sbcourts org CMADRESS Change Notice 091409 pdf July

    Original URL path: http://www.sbcadre.org/cadre/events.htm (2016-02-13)
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  • CADRe: Contact the CADRe Office
    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 Contact the CADRe Office Santa Barbara Santa Maria Santa Barbara Superior Court 1100 Anacapa Street Santa Barbara California 93101 Tel 805 882 4661 Fax 805 882 4613 Santa Barbara Superior Court 312 C East Cook

    Original URL path: http://www.sbcadre.org/cadre/contact.htm (2016-02-13)
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  • CADRe: Site Map
    Binding Arbitrator CADRe Mediator Neutral Evaluator Search by Panelist Expertise A Word About Limited Mediation FORMS ADR Information Packet Court Forms CADRe Panelist Forms PDF Instructions Download Acrobat Reader Microsoft Word Instructions CADRe ARTICLES FOR NEUTRALS CADRe Panelist Requirements Panelist Removal Policy Ethical Standards California Mediators CADRe Arbitrators Web Submission Instructions Photo Submission Guidelines Conference Rooms Contact CADRe Phone SB 805 882 4661 CADRe Home Select a Neutral Forms Articles For Neutrals Site Map 2012 Santa Barbara CADRe legend blue 11s cheap jordan shoes Louis Vuitton Outlet jordan 6 history of jordan history of jordan 6s legend blue 11s cheap jordan shoes kate spade outlet history of jordan 6s jordan 6 black infrared legend blue 11s jordan 6 history of jordan legend blue 11s jordan 6 black infrared cheap jordans louis vuitton outlet beats by dre cheap beats by dre cheap jordan 11 legend blue legend blue 11s legend blue 11s Lebron 11 jordan 6 black infrared history of jordan 6s jordan 6 black infrared jordan 11 legend blue black infrared 6s history of jordan 6s kate spade outlet cheap jordans legend blue 11s cheap jordans michael kors outlet black infrared 6s legend blue 11s history of jordan 6s black

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  • CADRe: CADRe Panelist Requirements
    Narrative lists of training taken without proof of satisfactory completion and or requests for CADRe to contact others to verify such training are expressly discouraged and will prevent processing of the application Signed cover letter including description verification of required ADR experience Complete contact information on at least two references per desired panel as explained below APPLICATION PACKETS THAT DO NOT CONTAIN THESE ITEMS WILL NOT BE PROCESSED REFERENCE REQUIREMENT PROCEDURE As part of the application process CADRe will need to contact at least two individuals per desired panel who participated in an ADR process conducted by the applicant Applicants must provide complete and accurate contact information for at least two attorney or party references for each panel they wish to enroll on The references will be sent a cover letter and a confidential evaluation form on the specific process conducted to be completed and returned to the CADRe office These evaluations are not shown to the applicant Each applicant must have two satisfactory CADRe reference evaluations on file per desired panel before they will receive an invitation to attend a mandatory CADRe orientation PLEASE NOTE These references may not be other neutrals instructors ADR program administrators or other judicial or professional references Past testimonial letters or instructions to contact individuals who did NOT participate in an ADR process conducted by the applicant are expressly discouraged The CADRe office does not forward reference checks nor does CADRe conduct searches to locate references so it is solely the applicant s responsibility to provide accurate current AND COMPLETE contact information on their references Failure to do so will prevent processing of the application CADRe APPLICANTS WILL ALSO BE REQUIRED TO Attend a mandatory CADRe orientation session in Santa Barbara or Santa Maria approximately 90 minutes Strictly adhere to all applicable rules of

    Original URL path: http://www.sbcadre.org/neutrals/become.htm (2016-02-13)
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  • CADRe: Panelist Removal Policy
    of the CADRe Program to first seek informal or mediated resolutions to complaints and or concerns Any panel neutral may be summarily suspended by written notice by the ADR Programs Committee for failure to comply with the rules of this program including the reporting requirements and standards of practice Suspension will end when either the breach has been remedied or the panelist has been permanently removed according to these rules Any panel neutral may be removed from any or all panels or suspended for Failure to maintain continuous eligibility and qualifications according to the CADRe standards Failure to handle CADRe referred cases with professional competence and diligence Charging unconscionable fees or other charges Failure to completely disclose all fees and charges at the outset of the case Falsification of any material statement made to qualify for any panel or made in any required report Violation of any rule of professional conduct applicable to the provider as determined by the ADR Programs Committee and or the applicable professional organization Commission of a crime involving moral turpitude Repeated failure to comply with these rules or to work cooperatively with court staff Loss or suspension of a professional license Violation of ethical standards of practice for CADRe panelists as adopted by the ADR Programs Committee Before a panel neutral may be permanently removed under Rule 4 above the neutral shall be given written notice of the grounds asserted against the neutral for removal The notice shall include the date time and place of a hearing of the matter Notice shall be given no less than twenty 20 days before the hearing The ADR Programs Committee reserves the right to waive the twenty 20 day notice of hearing if in it determines that the conduct resulting in the need for a hearing immediately endangers

    Original URL path: http://www.sbcadre.org/neutrals/removal.htm (2016-02-13)
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  • CADRe: CDRC Standards of Practice for California Mediators
    dispute resolution process is contemplated e g med arb the neutral must clearly define the different procedures define the neutral s role in each procedure advise the participants of the consequences of revealing information during any one procedure and obtain written consent to serve in a dual capacity If the neutral has acted as a Mediator he or she should afford the parties an opportunity to select another neutral if they wish to engage in another process The neutral must advise the participants when he or she is moving from one procedure to another D A Mediator has a Continuing Duty to Disclose and Avoid Appearances of Partiality A Mediator shall not use the dispute resolution process to solicit encourage or otherwise procure any other relationship with any participant A Mediator shall not personally profit from or otherwise exploit information acquired through mediation for personal gain Without the consent of all parties a Mediator shall not establish a professional relationship with one of the parties either during the mediation or after the mediation for a period of three years in a related matter or in an unrelated matter which would raise legitimate questions about the integrity of the mediation process Back to top 3 STANDARDS FOR CONDUCTING A MEDIATION A Mediator shall conduct mediation in an impartial and ethical manner by providing a balanced process in which each participant is given an opportunity to participate A Mediator may encourage the participants to identify their interests and evaluate options for resolution in a collaborative non adversarial manner In an attempt to reach an informed voluntary agreement appropriate Mediator behavior may include but is not limited to providing information about the process addressing obstacles to communication assisting the participants in defining the issues providing impartial substantive information exploring alternatives for resolution and building the capacity of the parties to make an informed decision Subject to duties of nondisclosure of confidential information a Mediator is obligated to be truthful and should allow participants the opportunity to consider all proposed options A Mediator may terminate the mediation if in the Mediator s judgment further discussions would be unproductive Mediation is not the practice of law A Mediator may generally discuss a party s options including a range of possible outcomes in an adjudicative process At the parties request a Mediator may offer a personal evaluation or opinion of a set of facts as presented which should be clearly identified as such A Mediator should not give any participant legal or other professional advice A Mediator should encourage participants without legal representation to seek independent legal advice before signing any legally binding agreement If a Mediator believes that the participants may not be capable of participating in informed negotiations or if a Mediator is asked for professional advice other than relating to the mediation process the Mediator should suggest that the participants seek advice from appropriate resources A mediator must disclose in writing any personal or financial interest or relationship if recommending the services of

    Original URL path: http://www.sbcadre.org/neutrals/ethicsmed.htm (2016-02-13)
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  • CADRe: The Code of Ethics for CADRe Arbitrators
    such relationships involving members of their families or their current employers partners or business associates Persons who are requested to accept appointment as arbitrators should make a reasonable effort to inform themselves of any interests or relationships described in the preceding paragraph A The obligation to disclose interests or relationships described in the preceding paragraph A is a continuing duty that requires a person who accepts appointment as an arbitrator to disclose at any stage of the arbitration any such interests or relationships that may arise or are recalled or discovered Disclosure should be made to all parties unless other procedures for disclosure are provided in the rules or practices of an institution that is administering the arbitration Where more than one arbitrator has been appointed each should inform the others of the interests and relationships that have been disclosed In the event that an arbitrator is requested by all parties to withdraw the arbitrator should do so In the event that an arbitrator is requested to withdraw by fewer than all of the parties because of alleged partiality or bias the arbitrator should withdraw unless either of the following circumstances exists If an agreement of the parties or arbitration rules agreed to by the parties establishes procedures for determining challenges to arbitrators then those procedures should be followed or if the arbitrator after carefully considering the matter determines that the reason for the challenge is not substantial and that he or she can nevertheless act and decide the case impartially and fairly and that withdrawal would cause unfair delay or expense to another party or would be contrary to the ends of justice Back to top CANON III AN ARBITRATOR IN COMMUNICATING WITH THE PARTIES SHOULD AVOID IMPROPRIETY OR THE APPEARANCE OF IMPROPRIETY If an agreement of the parties or applicable arbitration rules referred to in that agreement establishes the manner or content of communications between the arbitrator and the parties the arbitrator should follow those procedures notwithstanding any contrary provision of the following paragraphs B and C Unless otherwise provided in applicable arbitration rules or in an agreement of the parties arbitrators should not discuss a case with any party in the absence of each other party except in any of the following circumstances Discussions may be had with a party concerning such matters as setting the time and place of hearings or making other arrangements for the conduct of the proceedings However the arbitrator should promptly inform each other party of the discussion and should not make any final determination concerning the matter discussed before giving each absent party an opportunity to express its views If a party fails to be present at a hearing after having been given due notice the arbitrator may discuss the case with any party who is present If all parties request or consent to it such discussion may take place Unless otherwise provided in applicable arbitration rules or in an agreement of the parties whenever an arbitrator communicates in writing with one party the arbitrator should at the same time send a copy of the communication to each other party Whenever the arbitrator receives any written communication concerning the case from one party that has not already been sent to each other party the arbitrator should do so Back to top CANON IV AN ARBITRATOR SHOULD CONDUCT THE PROCEEDINGS FAIRLY AND DILIGENTLY An arbitrator should conduct the proceedings in an evenhanded manner and treat all parties with equality and fairness at all stages of the proceedings An arbitrator should perform duties diligently and conclude the case as promptly as the circumstances reasonably permit An arbitrator should be patient and courteous to the parties to their lawyers and to the witnesses and should encourage similar conduct by all participants in the proceedings Unless otherwise agreed by the parties or provided in arbitration rules agreed to by the parties an arbitrator should accord to all parties the right to appear in person and to be heard after due notice of the time and place of hearing An arbitrator should not deny any party the opportunity to be represented by counsel If a party fails to appear after due notice an arbitrator should proceed with the arbitration when authorized to do so by the agreement of the parties the rules agreed to by the parties or by law However an arbitrator should do so only after receiving assurance that notice has been given to the absent party When an arbitrator determines that more information than has been presented by the parties is required to decide the case it is not improper for the arbitrator to ask questions call witnesses and request documents or other evidence It is not improper for an arbitrator to suggest to the parties that they discuss the possibility of settlement of the case However an arbitrator should not be present or otherwise participate in the settlement discussions unless requested to do so by all parties An arbitrator should not exert pressure on any party to settle Nothing in this code is intended to prevent a person from acting as a mediator or conciliator of a dispute in which s he has been appointed as arbitrator if requested to do so by all parties or where authorized or required to do so by applicable laws or rules When there is more than one arbitrator the arbitrators should afford each other the full opportunity to participate in all aspects of the proceedings CANON V AN ARBITRATOR SHOULD MAKE DECISIONS IN A JUST INDEPENDENT AND DELIBERATE MANNER An arbitrator should after careful deliberation decide all issues submitted for determination An arbitrator should decide no other issues An arbitrator should decide all matters justly exercising independent judgment and should not permit outside pressure to affect the decision An arbitrator should not delegate the duty to decide to any other person In the event that all parties agree upon a settlement of issues in dispute and request an arbitrator to embody that agreement in an

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