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Unformatted text preview: c. nominal 4. equitable remedies a. specific performance b. injunction – temporary or permanent III. Appeals – for errors of law, not fact! A. Types of argument B. Three powers of appellate courts C. Three types of appellate opinion IV. Enforcement A. Res judicata B. Writ of execution C. Garnishment V. ADR A. Arbitration 1. Definition and advantages – p. 69 2. Federal Arbitration Act/Uniform Arbitration Act 3. EEOC v. Waffle House 4. Process a. submission b. selection c. hearing d. award e. appeal – four grounds for overturning award 5. Voluntary vs. Compulsory 6. Public sector employees 7. Court-annexed arbitration B. Negotiation 1. Definition 2. Four stages – p.76 3. Ethical duties C. Mediation 1. Mediation as opposed to negotiation or arbitration 2. Qualification of mediators 3. Mediation Process 4. Confidentiality - Paranzino VI. Abbreviated Trials A. Minitrial 1. Definition 2. Phases B. Summary Jury Trial...
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This note was uploaded on 04/29/2008 for the course FINA 2244 taught by Professor Moore during the Spring '07 term at East Carolina University .
- Spring '07