LAW 5 100:100

LAW 5 100:100 - 1 ) The Supreme Court has decided that if...

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1 ) The Supreme Court has decided that if both parties to an arbitration agree to set a standard of review of an arbitrator's award that is different from Federal Arbitration Act standards, their agreement will be honored by the courts.  (5pts) True False+ 2 ) Courts do not interfere with an arbitration award by:  (5pts) All of the above.+ 3 ) The final step of a successful mediation is:  (5pts) Writing down the basic agreement reached and having it signed by  all the parties.+ 4 ) The federal system and all state systems, require arbitration hearings to comply with established rules of evidence.  (5pts) True False+ 5 ) A party dissatisfied with the mandatory arbitration award has the right to  (5pts) Reject the award and seek a review in the appropriate trial court.+ 6 ) Litigation is always the preferred method of dispute resolution  (5pts)
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True False+ 7 ) The act of referring a matter to arbitration is called:
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This note was uploaded on 01/31/2012 for the course LAW 2023 taught by Professor Brown during the Fall '11 term at ASU.

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LAW 5 100:100 - 1 ) The Supreme Court has decided that if...

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