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Chief Judge John F. Gerry announces the membership of the Advisory Group for the District of New Jersey in a communication to Duane R. Lee of the Administrative Office.

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Correspondence between John F. Gerry and Charles Clark regarding the Biden Bill and the Judiciary's negotiations with Congress

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L. Ralph Mecham transmits Judge John F. Gerry's position on S. 2027 to Chief Justice William Rehnquist, along with a New Jersey Law Journal Article by Henry Gottlieb entitled "U.S. Judges Blast Speed-Up Bill"

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Judge John W. Bissell of the District of New Jersey writes to Jeffrey J. Peck in order to share his opinions about the Civil Justice Reform Act. Attached is a New Jersey Law Journal article by Henry Gottlieb entitled "U.S. Judges Blast Speed-Up Bill"

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A statutorily mandated evaluation of the pilot court-annexed mandatory arbitration programs in ten federal district courts. The report examines how well the programs have met various goals, delaying primarily on participants' responses to survey questions about fairness and reduction of cost, delay, and court burden. It also addresses how various program features affect goal achievement. The ten programs that are evaluated in this report are Eastern Pennsylvania, Northern California, Middle Florida, Western Michigan, Western Missouri, New Jersey, Western Oklahoma, Eastern New York, Middle North Carolina, and Western Texas.

The report is a companion to the 1994 FJC study Voluntary Arbitration in Eight Federal District Courts.

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In 1990 the Federal Judicial Center published Court-Annexed Arbitration in Ten District Courts, a statutorily mandated evaluation of the pilot court-annexed mandatory arbitration programs in ten federal district courts. The report examined how well the programs met various goals, relaying primarily on participants' responses to survey questions about fairness and reduction of cost, delay, and court burden. It also addressed how various program features affected goal achievement. The ten programs that were evaluated in the report were Eastern Pennsylvania, Northern California, Middle Florida, Western Michigan, Western Missouri, New Jersey, Western Oklahoma, Eastern New York, Middle North Carolina, and Western Texas. Many of the conclusions drawn throughout the report are based on regression analyses. The first sections of this unpublished technical appendix describe in detail the model for these analyses and how the variables were grouped and coded. The last part of the appendix presents the results of the regression analysis of each dependent variable. Each presentation includes a description of the sample and of the dependent variable, shows the incremental R-square for each set of independent variables, and lists the beta weights, and their significance level, for all variables used in the analysis.

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In 1990 the Federal Judicial Center published Court-Annexed Arbitration in Ten District Courts, a statutorily mandated evaluation of the pilot court-annexed mandatory arbitration programs in ten federal district courts. The report examined how well the programs met various goals, relaying primarily on participants' responses to survey questions about fairness and reduction of cost, delay, and court burden. It also addressed how various program features affected goal achievement. The ten programs that were evaluated in the report were Eastern Pennsylvania, Northern California, Middle Florida, Western Michigan, Western Missouri, New Jersey, Western Oklahoma, Eastern New York, Middle North Carolina, and Western Texas.

This unpublished document presents the report's court-annexed arbitration data for the District of New Jersey.

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Asbestos Case Management Orders. -- -- Volume 1: Clerk's Division Report; Northern District of California; District of Colorado; Western District of Louisiana; District of Maryland -- -- Volume 2: District of Massachusetts; District of New Jersey; Southern District of Mississippi; Middle District of North Carolina; Western District of Pennsylvania; Eastern District of Texas; Southern District of Texas; Eastern District of Virginia

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An examination of the local rules federal district courts have developed in response to the 1983 amendment to Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 16, which calls for increased use of scheduling orders in managing caseloads. An appendix contains sample local rules from fifteen districts.

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This list identifies Early Implementation Districts by the principles and techniques they will use to reduce costs and time delays

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