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(a) A party or a person acting on behalf of a party may not communicate unilaterally with the arbitrator concerning the dispute, except with the other party's authorization and for the limited purpose of scheduling a time, place or date for a proceeding.
(b) The arbitrator may not discuss the appeal with any witness or third party and may not comment on the arbitration to the press or public.
(c) Correspondence, documents, and electronic mail filed with or delivered to the arbitrator by a party shall be served upon the other party in the manner prescribed for service of pleadings in the Alaska Rules of Civil Procedure.
History: Eff. 5/26/2004, Register 170
Authority: AS 36.30.040
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