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Alternative Dispute Resolution Research Guide

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Statutes, Selected Case Law, and Rules

18 states and the District of Columbia have adopted the RUAA. They are:

Alaska - Alaska Stat. Ann. §§ 09.43.010 to 09.43.180 Florida - §§ 682.01 to 682.22, Fla. Stat. New Jersey - (N.J.S.A. 2a:23b-1 to 2a:23b-32). Oregon - (Or. Rev. Stat. §§ 36.600 to 36.740).
Arizona - §§ 12-1501 to 12-1518 Hawaii - (2000 Act) - H.R.S. §§ 658A-1 to 658A-29 New Mexico -  (2000 Act) - NMSA 1978 §§ 44-7A-1 to 44-7A-32 Utah - Utah Code §§ 78b-11-101 to 78b-11-131
Arkansas - Ark. Code, Title 16, Subtitle 7, Ch. 108, Subchapter 2, §§ 201 to 207. Michigan - MCL §§ 691.1681 to 691.1713 North Carolina - §§ 1-567.1 to 1-567.20 Washington -  (RCW 7.04a.010 to 7.04a.903)
Colorado - C.R.S., Title 13, Contracts and Agreements, Art. 22, Part 2, §§ 201 to 223 Minnesota - §§ 572.08 to 572.30 North Dakota - (PDF) - §§ 32-29.3-01 to 32-29.3-29 West Virginia - (W. Va. Code §§ 55-10-1 to 55-10-33)
District of Columbia - D.C. Code, Division II, Title 16, Ch. 43, §§ 16-4301 to 16-4319 Nevada - (2000 Act) - NRS 38.206 to 38.248 Oklahoma - 15 §§ 801 to 818  

 

The following cases, selected by Texas A&M University School of Law faculty, highlight important issues related to ADR including arbitration & statutory rights, labor & employment arbitration, fees & costs, & arbitration powers.

Arbitration and Statutory Rights Cases

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