Alabama Rules of Appellate Mediation
Rule 9. General
(a) Service. All documents filed with the appellate mediation office shall be served on opposing counsel, except as otherwise indicated by these Rules.
(b) Questions or Complaints. A party’s or counsel’s complaints or concerns regarding the appellate mediator or the conduct of the mediation should be addressed to the appellate mediation administrator of the court in which the appeal is pending. Questions and complaints shall not be addressed to the Supreme Court of Alabama, the Alabama Court of Civil Appeals, or the clerk’s staff of the respective courts, unless the party, counsel, or appellate mediator is directed to do so by the appellate mediation office.
(c) [Applicability.] These Rules govern the procedure for all matters in appellate mediation. If no procedure is specifically provided in these Rules or by statute, the Alabama Civil Court Mediation Rules shall be applicable to the extent not inconsistent herewith.
[Former Rule 8 adopted effective January 1, 2004; renumbered as Rule 9 and amended effective January 6, 2004.]
Note from the reporter of decisions: The order adopting the Alabama Appellate Mediation Rules, effective January 1, 2004, is published in that volume of the Alabama Reporter that contains Alabama cases from 858 So.2d.
Note from the reporter of decisions: The order amending the Alabama Rules of Appellate Mediation, effective January 6, 2004, is published in that volume of the Alabama Reporter that contains Alabama cases from 862 So. 2d.