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(a) The arbitrator may schedule one or more preliminary conferences at the arbitrator's own initiative or at the request of a party. A panel shall designate one of its members to conduct preliminary conferences. Preliminary conferences may be conducted by telephone.
(b) At a preliminary conference, the arbitrator shall address any matters relating to scheduling and the future conduct of the case, including clarification of the claims, a schedule for the arbitration, motions, subpoenas, exchange of expert reports, discovery disputes, and any other preliminary matters raised by the parties.
(c) After the preliminary conference, requests to postpone a scheduled hearing may only be granted on a showing of good cause.
History: Eff. 5/26/2004, Register 170
Authority: AS 36.30.040
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