Last year Connecticut saw a major breakthrough in codification of law related to alternative dispute resolution with the passage of the Revised Uniform Arbitration Act. Connecticut was the 20th state to enact the RUAA (followed by Kansas and Pennsylvania), after six attempts and some 18 years after it was promulgated by the National Uniform Law Commission.

Now a new opportunity to further strengthen ADR law presents itself in the form of the Uniform Mediation Act.

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