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Tuesday, February 12, 2013

Ind. Decisions - Supreme Court declines to compel mediation in legislative fines case

From the docket today in Berry v. Crawford (most recent ILB entry here and here, including the "call for compromise")

DATE TEXT
1/10/13 APPELLEES' MOTION FOR APPELLATE ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION
(6) CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE (6) BY MAIL 01/10/13.
ENTERED ON 01/10/13 MC
1/25/13 APPELLANTS' OPPOSITION TO MOTION FOR APPELLATE ALTERNATIVE
DISPUTE RESOLUTION (6) CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE (6) MAIL
01/25/13 ENTERED ON 01/25/13 MS
2/11/13 THE COURT HAS ISSUED THE ATTACHED ORDER:
2/11/13 BEING DULY ADVISED, THE COURT DECLINES TO COMPEL MEDIATION
OF THIS DISPUTE AND WE DENY THE MOTION, BUT THIS DOES NOT
PRECLUDE THE PARTIES FROM VOLUNTARILY ENGAGING IN MEDIATION ON
THEIR OWN MUTUALLY AGREEABLE TERMS.
BRENT E. DICKSON, CHIEF JUSTICE
ALL JUSTICES CONCUR.
(ORDER REC'D. 2/11/13 AT 3:30 PM) ENTERED 2/12/13 KM
2/12/13 ****** ABOVE ENTRY MAILED ******

Posted by Marcia Oddi on February 12, 2013 03:19 PM
Posted to Ind. Sup.Ct. Decisions