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     19-13A-9.   Mediator's disclosure of conflicts of interest--Background. (a) Before accepting a mediation, an individual who is requested to serve as a mediator shall:
             (1)      make an inquiry that is reasonable under the circumstances to determine whether there are any known facts that a reasonable individual would consider likely to affect the impartiality of the mediator, including a financial or personal interest in the outcome of the mediation and an existing or past relationship with a mediation party or foreseeable participant in the mediation; and
             (2)      disclose any such known fact to the mediation parties as soon as is practical before accepting a mediation.
     (b) If a mediator learns any fact described in subsection (a)(1) after accepting a mediation, the mediator shall disclose it as soon as is practicable.
     (c) At the request of a mediation party, an individual who is requested to serve as a mediator shall disclose the mediator's qualifications to mediate a dispute.
     (d) A person that violates subsection (a) or (b) is precluded by the violation from asserting a privilege under ยง 19-13A-4.
     (e) Subsections (a), (b), and (c), do not apply to an individual acting as a judge.
     (f) This chapter does not require that a mediator have a special qualification by background or profession.

Source: SL 2008, ch 286 (Supreme Court Rule 07-07), eff. Jan. 1, 2008.


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