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Homeowners Headed to Mediation with Sewerage and Water Board
3/17/2018 4:12:46 PM
Description: The five homeowners suing the Sewerage & Water Board are headed to mediation, which will delay the pending trial for at least a week while the two sides try to work out their differences outside of the courtroom.  The lawsuit arose from an

Nicholas School Dispute Could Be Resolved through Mediation
3/17/2018 4:12:01 PM
Description:   As teachers in West Virginia continue their ongoing strike, a small group met recently to discuss saving their community schools.  The fight has been ongoing for more than a year and a half with no resolution in front.   The

Seattle Student Mediation Program Holds Kids Accountable
2/24/2018 12:07:35 AM
Description: A King County mediation program has been put in place to help Seattle teens stay out of jail.  In the program, the teen accused of wrongdoing must face the person who has been harmed.  A peer mediator works with all parties involved and

Timber Company Dispute Headed to Mediation
2/5/2018 11:06:17 PM
Description: A family arguing over shares in a timber company are headed to mediation.  The McCaughey family will attempt to resolve their dispute over IJM Timber Engineering Ltd outside of the courtroom.  They are the primary shareholders in the

Garrison Keillor Termination Case Headed to Mediation
1/29/2018 7:36:22 PM
Description: Garrison Keillor, host of A Prairie Home Companion and humorist, has begun negotiation with Minnesota Public Radio after he was terminated.  The termination occurred because of accusations against Keillor that he had behaved

Wrongful Termination Lawsuit Heads to Mediation
12/2/2017 8:37:34 PM
Description: Former City of Nampa’s Deputy Public Works Director Michael Mieyr filed a wrongful termination lawsuit against his employer after dismissal following less than one year on the job.  Mieyr claims his dismissal was in retaliation for

Same Sex Marriage Debate in Townsville Could Be Resolved in Mediation
11/13/2017 4:55:01 PM
Description: Former Townsville City Council employee Willem Engelbrecht was suspended for six months after leaving a controversial book at his job.  The book claims free speech is at risk if same-sex marriage becomes illegal in the

Private Meeting Held Prior to FEMA Mediation
11/6/2017 4:29:54 PM
Description: Officials from the State and from Nicholas County schools are holding talks prior to the planned federal government mediation concerning the schools’ consolidation dispute with the state.    Two weeks before the official mediation

Baltimore Mediation Center Working with Police and Communities
10/11/2017 7:07:43 PM
Description: The Baltimore County Mediation Center will serve on the city’s consent decree monitoring team and develop a team of diverse volunteers from through Baltimore to ensure “… appropriate and authentic community

Mediation Will Determine If Camel Trains Can Move to a Different Part of Cable Beach
9/27/2017 6:05:34 PM
Description: An application submitted by three camel ride operators on Cable Beach has been rejected by the court.   The applications sought to move the tours from north of the rocks to south of Broome Surfe Life Saving Club ramp.   Now, the