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Public Sanctions of ADR Providers

Public Sanctions of ADR Providers

The following ADR Providers have received Public Sanctions:


David D. Musselman

Received written reprimand and requirement to complete additional training as a result of an Ethics Panel Hearing on violations of the Code of Ethics for ADR Providers URCADR Rule 104. For full text of sanction:


Daryl C. George

Mr. George was removed from the Utah Court Roster for refusing to cooperate with ADR Director's investigation of four separate pending complaints.

The qualification of ADR Providers on the Utah Court Roster is governed by UCJA 4-510.03.

In terms of discipline, the rule states,

(9) A provider may be sanctioned for failure to comply with the code of ethics for ADR providers as adopted by the Supreme Court or for failure to meet the requirements of this rule or state statute. The committee shall inform the public of public sanctions against a provider promptly after imposing the sanction.

And in regard to public sanctions,

(9)(A) Public sanctions may include singly or with other sanctions:

a written warning and requirement to attend additional training;

(9)(A)(i) require the mediator to allow the Director or designee to observe a set number of mediation sessions conducted by the mediator;

(9)(A)(ii) suspension for a period of time from the court roster; and

(9)(A)(iii) removal from the court roster.

The Utah State Courts mission is to provide the people an open, fair, efficient, and independent system for the advancement of justice under the law.

Page Last Modified: 10/23/2013

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