GOVT 408 Exam 1

GOVT 408 Exam 1 Liberty University

  1. In arbitration, the jury is the finder of fact and the judge is the finder of law
  2. A mini-trial is an abreviated trial that results in binding judgment.
  3. Trial result in judgments or decrees while arbitration results in awards.
  4. Private arbitration awards and litigation judgments may be appealed to a higher tribunal.
  5. A paralegal who is employed by an attorney may provide the attorney’s client with legal advice.
  6. The neutral third party resolves the dispute for the parties in mediation.
  7. The role of the aggrieved party will vary depending on which dispute resolution process her or she has selected.
  8. The award of an arbitrator is more final than the judgment of a judge.
  9. An arbitrator may sit alone or as a member of an arbitration panel; a trial judge always sits alone.
  10. The mediator in a court sponsored mediation, the arbitrator in a court annexed arbitration, and the trial judge in a private judging by court referral must all be active, retired, or former judges.
  11. Which of the following dispute resolution processes are forms of unilateral action?
  12. Which of the following dispute resolution processes are forms of third party adjudication?
  13. Which of the following dispute resolution processes are forms of bilateral action?
  14. Which of the following dispute resolution processes will result in a winner and a loser?
  15. Which of the following may actively participate in inaction?
  16. Which of the following may actively participate in acquiescence?
  17. Which of the follwing may actively participate in self-help?
  18. Which of the following may actively participate in negotiation?
  19. Which of the following may participate in ombuds?
  20. Which of the following is nota correct answer to the question of “list those who may actively participate in litigation?”
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