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Mediation Helps Monroeville Council Reach Settlement on Federal Lawsuit
3/18/2016 11:53:35 AM
Description: A proposed settlement was reached during recent mediation concerning a proposed settlement of a federal lawsuit filed by Chief Doug Cole of the Monroeville police against several former officials and the municipality. That proposed settlement is


Environmentalists and Government Battle over Contracts
2/21/2016 6:00:27 PM
Description: A group of California environmentalists and federal agencies will attempt mediation over an expired water contract, according to the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals panel.   The panel called the previous ruling bizarre, before ordering


Mediation Will Be Used to Resolve Exit Four Dispute
2/13/2016 4:43:46 PM
Description: Environmental groups and developer Jessie Sammis have informed the District 3 Environmental Commission they plan to use mediation to reach an agreement concerning the Green Mountain Center. This is a multi-use project that was proposed for the 172


Albany Resort Project Moves Forward Despite Conflict
2/13/2016 4:43:05 PM
Description: It took 16 years, but plans for the proposed Belleayre Resort at Catskill Park have finally been approved. However, there is still contention over the project and a lawsuit against a New York state agency is keeping the next step on hold for the


Mediation to Determine Waterline Dispute in Massachusetts Town
11/5/2015 5:47:48 PM
Description: Worcester, Massachusetts voters recently chose to authorize spending $250,000 to begin mediation with ExxonMobil Corp. to determine the outcome of a long-standing dispute concerning water infrastructure in the town. The mediation will determine the


New Mediation System for Crop Disputes Voted On in Oregon
5/23/2015 1:20:32 PM
Description: With so-called genetically modified crops, or GMO, causing much conflict across the country as people argue over the potential health and environmental impact of such engineered foods, disputes between farmers and companies over cross-pollination


Bend, Oregon and Activist Organizations Headed to Mediation Over Bridge Creek Water Project
5/6/2015 1:08:56 PM
Description: A project designed to bring drinking water to the city of Bend, Oregon by installing a diversion pipe feeding from Bridge Creek has been the subject of lawsuits from both Central Oregon LandWatch and WaterWatch. The environmental organizations argue


Dispute Over Paint Heads to Mediation in New Zealand
3/27/2015 5:33:33 PM
Description: Plaza Property Trust, the owners of John Wickliffe House in Dunedin, New Zealand, has been trying to get permission from the Dunedin City Council to paint the exterior concrete panels of the building since 2014. The city council, following a strict


Liberty Hill and Residents Enter Mediation over Wastewater Plans
3/27/2015 5:30:36 PM
Description: Terry and Sharon Cassady, whose home is located downstream from a proposed discharge point for the new wastewater plant being built by the city of Liberty Hill, have been granted standing in their lawsuit to prevent the increased discharge volume


Dispute over Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles Charges Headed to Mediation1292
3/9/2015 3:53:57 PM
Description: The second class-action lawsuit in two years filed against the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV) over alleged overcharges levied against Indiana drivers in licensing fees is heading to official mediation.   In the first lawsuit, filed in