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  • Dispute Pretrial & Legislative Trial andResolution Trial Bodies & Pretrial ActionsProcesses Procedures Misc terms 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400
  •  This can be binding on parties when they agree in advance that it will be
  •  What is arbitration? Home
  •  A neutral 3rd party who acts as a catalyst to help parties analyze their dispute, consider possible solutions, and devise a compromise formula
  •  What is mediation? Home
  •  The most direct route to resolution of a dispute
  •  What is negotiation? Home
  • Resolution method when alternativedispute resolution fails
  •  What is a law suit? Brown v Board of Education 347 U.S. 483 (1954) Miranda v Arizona 384 U.S. 436 (1966) Paul v Virginia, 8 Wall 168 (1869) South-Eastern Underwriters Association, et al. 322 U.S. 533 (1944) Home Describe one lawsuit
  •  Tell jury what verdict to reach
  •  What is a directed verdict? Home
  •  Ends trial because of error or event that would make it impossible for the jury to reach a fair verdict, or because the jury cannot reach a verdict
  •  What is a mistrial? Home
  •  End trial because the plaintiff has failed to present a sufficient case or has not complied with a court order.
  •  Nonsuit Home
  •  A doctrine that bars parties to a lawsuit on which final judgment has been rendered from bringing a second lawsuit on the same claim or related transactions
  •  What is res jusicata (or claim preclusion)? Home
  •  The ways U.S. law can be classified
  • What are: Civil or criminal In subject matter classification As either substantive or procedural law? Home
  •  Sources of U.S. law
  • What are: Constitutions Legislative Bodies Courts Executive Branches Administrative Agencies? Home
  •  Administrative agencies promulgate:
  •  What is legislative, interpretative, and procedural laws. Home
  • Constitutional provisions relevant toinsurance:
  • What are:Delegation of powers to CongressCommerce ClauseDue Process ClauseEqual Protection Clause? Home
  •  3 types of adminsitrative agency rules
  •  What are legislative rules, interpretative rules and procedural rules? Home
  •  U.S. Constitution places these limits on agency investigations
  •  What are the 4th amendment (unreasonable searches and seizures) and the 5th amendment (self- incrimination? Home
  •  To take an administrative action to court for judicial review, these must have occurred:
  • What is: 1) the plaintiff must have standing to sue, 2) the agency must have issued a final order in the case, and 3) the plaintiff must have exhausted all adminstrative remedies? Home
  •  After reviewing comments about a proposed rule, an agency can take one of these (3) actions:
  • What are: Adopt the proposed rule Make minimal or extensive changes to the rule Nullify the proposed rule? Home