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March 15, 2013

Los Angeles Will End Arbitration Program

After 20 years of operation, the Los Angeles Superior Court is shutting down its alternative dispute resolution program due to an extreme budget shortfall, the National Law Journal reports.  The loss of the ADR program, the largest in the country, will especially punish “the average citizen who finds himself in a lawsuit,” according to the president of the LA County Bar Association Richard Brudge.

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