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Plaintiff may then present its exhibits (copies only) and witnesses, who may be cross-examined. Defendant Semi-Binding Forums 5 3 may then present its exhibits (copies only) and witnesses, who may be cross-examined. The arbitrator may in his discretion vary this procedure. g. Evidence. The arbitrator shall weigh all evidence presented to him upon his assessment of its relevance and trustworthiness. The Federal Rules of Evidence shall not apply, except for rules applying to privilege. h. Conclusion of Hearing.

42 ADR and the Courts given their investment of time and effort to that point. Perhaps most important, attorneys, like their clients, tended to feel that the outcome of arbitration was not improperly influenced by the arbitrators' background or unfairly affected by the procedure itself, even though they might believe that they would obtain a more favorable verdict at trial. IMPLICATIONS FOR THE FEDERAL DISTRICT COURTS Most of the experience with court-annexed arbitration to date has been in the state trial courts.

B. Selection by the Private Adjudication Center. If no timely statement pursuant to Rule 603(a)(4) is filed, the Private Adjudication Center shall send to each party a list of five (5) proposed arbitrators, with resumes enclosed. The Center shall notify each party of its right to strike two proposed arbitrators. ) Within fifteen (15) days of the Center's mailing of the list of proposed arbitrators, each party may file with the Private Adjudication Center a statement striking two proposed arbitrators.

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