Nevada Arbitration Rules; Rule 10

Nevada Arbitration Rules

      Rule 10.  Restrictions on communications.

      (A)  Neither counsel nor parties may communicate directly with the arbitrator regarding the merits of the case, except in the presence of, or with reasonable notice to, all of the other parties.

      (B)  Unless otherwise agreed in writing by all parties, no offer or demand of settlement made by any party shall be disclosed to the arbitrator prior to the filing of an award.

      [Added; effective July 1, 1992; amended effective May 7, 1992.]

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