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Cover letter to Clerk of the Court Robert D. Dennis's transmittal of the Western District of Oklahoma CJRA Plan and Report to Philip R. Argetsinger of the Administrative Office

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An outline and analysis of the pilot program plan developed by the Civil Justice Advisory Group for the Western District of Oklahoma

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Chief Judge Ralph G. Thompson transmits the Civil Justice Expense and Delay Reduction Plan for the Western District of Oklahoma to Abel J. Mattos of the Administrative Office.

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Lists which districts have submitted final or draft plans and reports

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ADR Law Clerk Ann Dudley Marshall writes to Chief Judge Ralph G. Thompson to provide comments on the questionnaires distributed to Civil Justice Advisory Group members in the Western District of Oklahoma

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Clerk of the Court Robert D. Dennis transmits a packet to Abel J. Mattos of the Administrative Office. Packet includes correspondence from Chief Judge Ralph G. Thompson, the local order establishing the Civil Justice Advisory Group for the Western District of Oklahoma, and a report on the state of the dockets delivered to Advisory Group members in anticipation of their meeting.

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Chief Judge Ralph G. Thompson transmits a Civil Justice Advisory Group membership roster for the Western District of Oklahoma to members of the Judicial Conference Committee on Court Administration and Case Management

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Administrative Office Director Mecham describes the size, role, and composition of advisory groups and lists the pilot districts for CJRA implementation

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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, relying 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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