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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

Los Angeles Headed to Mediation over Rail Yard Project
12/15/2014 9:56:43 PM
Description: The city of Los Angeles is headed to three days of mandatory mediation over a proposed rail yard project valued in excess of $500 million. The city was sued by a coalition including Long Beach City, school officials, and community groups, including

AvalonBay Mediation with Princeton Enters Second Session
8/12/2014 3:32:12 PM
Description: Court-mandated mediation between property developer AvalonBay and the town of Princeton, New Jersey entered its second session in August as the two sides try to resolve the dispute over a residential development at the old Princeton Hospital before

Northern Arapaho Tribe Organizes Seminar in Hopes of Using Mediation to Resolve Jurisdictional Disputes
5/8/2014 5:07:35 PM
Description:   The Northern Arapaho Indian Tribe in Riverton Wyoming has invited community leaders from a small town in Michigan and tribal leaders from the Saginaw Chippewa Tribe to give a symposium on the subject of how they used mediation to resolve a

Mediation Ordered Over Charleston Cruise Terminal
12/6/2013 9:51:07 AM
Description:   A proposed cruise ship terminal project worth over $35 million and promising countless jobs and other economic boosts to the area is being challenged by no less than three separate lawsuits.  A mediation session has been set for January