1 Legislative History of the Alternative Dispute Resolutions Act of 1998 P.L. 105-315 [i] (1998)

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P.L. 105-315
112 Stat. 2993
October 30, 1998
PUBLIC LA W
1. Public Law 105-315, as approved October 30, 1998.
REPORT
105th Congress
2. House Report No. 105-487, to accompany H.R. 3528, the Alternative Dispute
Resolution Act of 1998, April 21, 1998.
HEARING
105th Congress
3. Alternative Dispute Resolution and Settlement Encouragement Act; Federal
Courts Improvement Act, and Need for Additional Federal District Court
Judges, Hearing before the Subcommittee on Courts and Intellectual
Property of the House Judiciary Committee on H.R. 2603 and H.R. 2294,
October 9, 1997.
BILLS
105th Congress
4. H.R. 2603, the Alternative Dispute Resolution and Settlement Encouragement
Act, as introduced by Mr. Coble and Mr. Goodlatte and referred to the House
Judiciary Committee, October 2, 1997.
5. H.R. 3528, the Alternative Dispute Resolution Act of 1998, as introduced by
Mr. Coble and referred to the House Judiciary Committee, March 23, 1998.
6. H.R. 3528 as reported with an amendment (House Report No. 105-487), April
21,1998.
7. H.R. 3528 as passed the House, April 21, 1998.
8. H.R. 3528 as passed the House and referred to the House Judiciary
Committee, April 22, 1998.

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