The Supreme Court’s orders were adopted on 4 April 2023, and the amendments become effective on 1 May 2023.
The Supreme Court of North Carolina has approved amendments to five rule sets that affect mediations in North Carolina and has adopted a new standard of professional conduct for mediators. The Supreme Court’s orders were adopted on 4 April 2023, and the amendments become effective on 1 May 2023. The orders can be accessed on the webpage for each affected rule set:
Among other things, the Supreme Court’s orders amend the attendance rules for mediations and add a standard of professional conduct that prohibits unlawful discrimination within the mediation process. All interested persons are encouraged to read the Supreme Court’s orders in their entirety.
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