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  • CADRe: Instructions for CADRe Panelist Web Site Submission
    standard upper lower case type Do not underline or type in all capital letters After filling in the form save it as a document named to indicate the panel it is for and your name for example MED Info Yourname doc Next you may include a résumé or narrative biography as a separate document that is linked to a separate bio or résumé page on the website Please be mindful of the length of this document Also since this is the information that attorneys will use to decide whether to hire you for a case think about what information might be the most useful to their selection process Many panelists have found that narrative information describing their own style and approach to the ADR process or an understanding of what to expect from an ADR process conducted by them or an emphasis on their experience and training as a neutral might be more useful to counsel than a traditional résumé that recites their prior work experience Sometimes it can be helpful to review other bios on the site to see what other panelists have included Feel free to scan a small photo into your bio file and mention your other affiliations and websites in your material but please be aware that the CADRe website does not include logos line art or hot links to other sites Click here for the photo submission guidelines Save your bio document using a different file name than the one chosen for your information sheet for example BIO Yourname doc Please carefully check all of your documents for spelling and accuracy The court s webmaster posts exactly what is submitted to her PLEASE NOTE Due to the limitations of the web and the way different web browsers render web pages please be advised that some documents will not be exact online replicas of the submitted MS Word documents Some specific items that might be affected are leading the space between lines of text font face and size size of margins word wrapping and printing A few examples are listed below Margins if your document has margins that are narrower than one inch your online layout will differ from your original Text will wrap more frequently and shift from one line to the next on the web The overall online document will seem longer See printing example Fonts Fonts are limited to the viewers list of available system fonts If you use a fancy font some viewers that do not have this particular font on their system will see a replacement font for the text such as Times or Arial or they may not see the text at all Thus it is usually best to utilize Times or Arial as these are the most commonly found system fonts The CADRe website utilizes the Arial font in 10 12 and 14 point type Leading The web is limited to double or single line spacing This may or may not be similar to the leading size in your

    Original URL path: http://www.sbcadre.org/neutrals/submit.htm (2016-02-13)
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  • CADRe: List of Conference Rooms
    4245 SB Co Social Services 234 Camino del Remedio 25 Alma Janabaja 805 681 4461 Downtown Area Santa Barbara Board of Supervisors 105 E Anapamu St 4th Fl Conference Room 35 50 Jennie Esquer 805 568 3400 Melissa Kingsley 805 568 3401 SB Co Courthouse Law Library Reservation Form 1100 Anacapa 2nd Floor 14 Ray MacGregor 805 568 2296 Superior Court Figueroa Div 118 E Figueroa St 12 14 Gina Garrett 805 882 4632 Data Services 105 E Anapamu St 3rd Fl Rm 304 10 12 Verna Dodge 805 568 2650 Planning and Development 123 E Anapamu St 1st Floor 6 8 Marion Jones 805 568 2000 Planning and Development Planning Commission Hearing Room 99 Terri Pruitt 805 568 2040 Public Works 123 E Anapamu St 1st floor PW1 14 Anna Brown 805 568 3000 General Services Facilities Old Jail 1105 SB St 3rd floor 14 Linda Vanderwyk 805 568 3070 Santa Maria Lompoc Areas Board of Supervisors Conf Rm 401 E Cypress Avenue Lompoc 25 Juanita Spitzer 805 737 7704 Environmental Health Services 2125 S Centerpointe Pkwy SM 6 8 Joanne Teniente 805 346 8487 Board of Supervisors 511 E Lakeside Parkway SM Hearing Room for remote only Conf Room 20 Hearing Rm 120 Sheila De la Guerra 805 346 2625 Department of Social Services 2125 So Centerpoint Pkwy SM Orcutt Room 25 Carolina Carrillo Tricia Beebe Eva Ochoa 346 7106 346 7109 Law Library 312 E Cook St SM 2 small rooms 4 6 Staff 805 346 7548 Superior Court 312 G E Cook St SM 2 small rooms 4 6 See CADRe Staff 805 882 4661 Conference Rooms Available for CADRe Mediations Santa Barbara Goleta Carpinteria Location Address Capacity Contact Phone Price Ahlstrand Associates 205 West Mission Street 8 Will Ransone 805 569 9590 100 dy Goleta

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  • If The Court Has Referred Your Case to CADRe
    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 If The Court Has Referred Your Case to CADRe This page has moved You will be redirected

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  • CADRe: Some Options For Resolving Your Dispute
    find win win solutions and achieve their real goals This along with all of ADR s other potential advantages may increase the parties overall satisfaction with both the dispute resolution process and the outcome Improve Attorney Client Relationships Attorneys may also benefit from ADR by being seen as problem solvers rather than as combatants Quick cost effective and satisfying resolutions are likely to produce happier clients and thus generate repeat business from clients and referrals of their friends and associates Because of these potential advantages it is worth considering using ADR early in a lawsuit or even before you file a lawsuit Back to Top What Are the Most Common ADR Options The most commonly used ADR processes are mediation arbitration neutral evaluation and settlement conferences Mediation In mediation an impartial person called a mediator helps the parties try to reach a mutually acceptable resolution of the dispute The mediator does not decide the dispute but helps the parties communicate so they can try to settle the dispute themselves Mediation leaves control of the outcome of with the parties Cases Which May be Appropriate for Mediation Mediation may be particularly useful when parties have a relationship they want to preserve so when family members neighbors or business partners have a dispute mediation may be the ADR process to use Mediation is also effective when emotions are getting in the way of resolution An effective mediator can hear the parties out and help them communicate with each other in an effective and nondestructive manner Cases Which May Not Be Appropriate for Mediation Mediation may not be effective if one of the parties is unwilling to cooperate or compromise Mediation also may not be effective if one of the parties has a significant advantage in power over the other Therefore it may not be a good choice if the parties have a history of abuse or victimization Back to Top Arbitration In arbitration a neutral person called an arbitrator hears arguments and evidence from each side and then decides the outcome of the dispute Arbitration is less formal than a trial and the rules of evidence are often relaxed Arbitration may either be binding or non binding Binding arbitration means that the parties waive their right to a trial and agree to accept the arbitrator s decision as final Generally there is no right to appeal the arbitrator s decision Non binding arbitration means that the parties are free to request a trial if they do not accept the arbitrator s decision Cases Which May be Appropriate for Arbitration Arbitration is best for cases where the parties want another person to decide the outcome of their dispute for them but would like to avoid the formality time and expense of a trial It may also be appropriate for complex matters where the parties want a decision maker who has the training or experience in the subject matter of the dispute Cases Which May Not Be Appropriate for Arbitration If parties want to

    Original URL path: http://www.sbcadre.org/CADRe/dontsue.htm (2016-02-13)
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  • CADRe: California Rule 3.221
    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 Evidence Code Section 703 5 Evidence Code Sections 1115 1128 INFORMATION ABOUT ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION a Court to provide information package Each court must make available to the plaintiff at the time the complaint is filed in all general civil cases an alternative dispute resolution ADR information package that includes at a minimum all of the following General information about the potential advantages and disadvantages of ADR and descriptions of the principal ADR processes The Administrative Office of the Courts has prepared model language that the courts may use to provide this information Information about the ADR programs available in that court including citations to any applicable local court rules and directions for contacting any court staff responsible for providing parties with assistance regarding ADR In counties that are participating in the Dispute Resolution Programs Act DRPA information about the availability of local dispute resolution programs funded under the DRPA This information may take the form of a list of the applicable programs or directions for contacting the county s DRPA coordinator An ADR stipulation form that parties may use to stipulate to the use of an ADR process Subd a amended effective January 1 2007 previously amended effective July 1 2002 b Court may make package available on Web site A court may make the ADR information package available on its Web site as long as paper copies are also made available in the clerk s office Subd b adopted effective July 1 2002 c Plaintiff to serve information package

    Original URL path: http://www.sbcadre.org/CADRe/rules/califrules3221.htm (2016-02-13)
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  • CADRe: Rule 1102
    complaints plaintiff s shall include a copy of the Court Administered Dispute Resolution CADRe Program Information and a Stipulation and Order to Alternative Dispute Resolution ADR Process form per CRC 3 221 c Not later than fifteen 15 days before the 120 day Case Management Conference prescribed by Rule 1309 d of this Court all counsel shall file with the court a completed Case Management Statement CM 110 and serve it on all other parties At the Case Management Conference the Court will make a determination of the amount in controversy in the manner provided by Section 1141 16 of the Code of Civil Procedure ADR Consultation At the court s discretion counsel and parties may be required to attend a consultation with the staff of the Court s CADRe Program within ten 10 days of the 120 day Case Management Conference or as otherwise directed by the Court Parties and counsel shall be fully prepared to discuss with the Court and CADRe staff the appropriate dispute resolution method s for the case Timing Disposition and Reporting If an ADR process is selected counsel shall file with the Court a fully executed Stipulation and Order to Alternative Dispute Resolution ADR Process form within ten 10 days after the later of either i the 120 day Case Management Conference or ii the CADRe Consultation indicating their participation in an ADR process The parties shall conduct the ADR process within sixty 60 days of filing the ADR Stipulation unless otherwise approved by the Court The Neutral shall file with the court a Statement of Agreement or Non Agreement ADR 100 within ten 10 days of the final ADR session All reports to the Court by any mediator shall strictly comply with Section 1115 et seq of the California Evidence Code regarding disclosure

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  • CADRe: Santa Barbara Superior Court Local Rule 1309
    of the Case Management Conference shall be filed by Plaintiff with the Court within five 5 days after service Plaintiff shall be required to provide such notice to all parties including but not limited to defendants cross defendants and intervenors Failure to give notice and file proof thereof may result in the imposition of sanctions PROOF OF SERVICE OF COMPLAINT Within 60 days after filing of the complaint the plaintiff s in general and limited civil actions shall file with the court proof of service upon the defendant s If plaintiff s cannot with reasonable diligence serve process on all named defendants within that time period plaintiff s may do one of the following 1 file a motion to extend time to serve the defendant s no later than 60 days from the date the initial complaint was filed Such motion shall be set for hearing on the Civil Law Motion Calendar within 20 days after filing and such motion shall be accompanied by a declaration stating the reason s why the complaint cannot be timely served in accordance with this rule or 2 file an application for an ex parte order to extend time for service of process within such 60 day period provided that plaintiff s uses the form application approved by the court If the application for an ex parte extension is denied the court shall order the applicant to appear on the Civil Law Motion Calendar and show cause why the application should be granted It is the policy of this court to disfavor delays in serving or extensions of time to answer any pleading CASE MANAGEMENT CONFERENCE The court shall conduct a case management conference 120 days from the date that the complaint was filed in all general and limited civil cases Each counsel shall file the Case Management Conference statement not later than 15 calendar days before the 120 day Case Management Conference in accordance with Local Court Rule 1102 and Rule 212 of the California Rules of Court At the Case Management Conference the court shall consider alternative dispute resolution ADR methods including but not limited to mediation all forms of arbitration early settlement conferences use of special masters or referees private judicial decisions and judge pro tems If the court deems it appropriate the court may assign the case to an ADR proceeding prior to setting the case for trial Counsel attending the Case Management Conference shall be thoroughly familiar with the case and shall have discussed with their clients ADR methods and settlement procedures and have authority to act on behalf of their clients in these matters Any unlawful detainer case not actually disposed of or set for trial within 45 days from the date of filing of the complaint may be set for case management conference to determine the status of such case ORDERS TO SHOW CAUSE If proof of service of the complaint is not filed and no timely motion to extend the time for such action has been

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  • CADRe: Articles
    David C Peterson Peterson JD LLM MDR 10 25 2012 DIFFICULT PEOPLE Effecting Change in How We Handle This Fact of Life David C Peterson Peterson JD LLM MDR 9 10 2010 FAQ MEDIATION VS ARBITRATION Paul Bielaczyc 8 25 2010 THE MEDIATOR S ROLE Paul Bielaczyc 1 5 2010 ESCAPE FROM SELF INFLICTED EDUCATION Ten Points to Avoid Gambling With A Client s Case David C Peterson Peterson JD LLM MDR 1 13 2009 TRANSFORMATIVE MEDIATION STYLES THAT WORK IN LITIGATION AND COMMERCIAL SETTINGS David C Peterson Esq 1 12 2009 IN MEDIATION ARE WE THINKING WISELY OR MERELY REACTING David C Peterson Mediator 1 12 2009 JUDGMENT AND DECISIONMAKING IN AN UNCERTAIN ENVIRONMENT David C Peterson Mediator 1 12 2009 LAWYERING WITH EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE THE KEY TO GREATER SUCCESS AND SATISFACTION David C Peterson Mediator 1 12 2009 THE DREADED IMPASSE SOME KEYS TO AVOID IT OR TO HANDLE IT EFFECTIVELY IF NOT AVOIDED David C Peterson Mediator 7 28 2008 DEVELOP A STRATEGY FOR NEGOTIATION A GUIDELINE FOR ACHIEVING SUCCESS AT MEDIATION Paul Bielaczyc 4 3 2008 GET A HANDLE ON YOUR CASE A GUIDELINE FOR ACHIEVING SUCCESS AT MEDIATION Paul Bielaczyc 12 3 2007 MAKE SURE

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