16.4 Early Neutral Evaluation
- Definition - Early Neutral Evaluation (ENE) is a flexible, nonbinding dispute resolution process in which an experienced neutral attorney meets with the parties early in the case to evaluate its strengths and weaknesses and the value that it may have, and also attempts to negotiate a settlement.
- Program description - Procedures and other details regarding the ENE process are governed by the program description, available on the court’s website.
Date Last Modified:
January 1, 2019