Writing for a unanimous court, George tossed out a suit brought against Los Angeles County by the children of a woman killed by her ex-husband in a courthouse hallway. Had Eileen Zelig been shot, say, in the offices of JAMS, the suit might have proceeded.

But for Zelig, like others who require court intervention in child custody and support disputes, private judging wasn’t an option.

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