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Whistleblower Headed to Mediation to Resolve Dispute
11/13/2017 4:56:29 PM
Description: It has been two years since the former Albuquerque Public Schools Chief Financial Officer Don Moya filed a whistleblower lawsuit, and now, the case is headed to mediation.  The goal is to settle the dispute between Moya and the district


Program Teaches Mediation Skills to Kids at Island School
11/13/2017 4:55:46 PM
Description: Seven students from the Island School recently participated in a peer mediation program that will help them learn skills for resolving conflict peacefully.  The program has run for eight weeks and takes place at lunch time and during


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


Mediation Settles Dispute Concerning Sale of Condo
11/13/2017 4:54:24 PM
Description: A vacation condo owned by Julieta Meija de Corredor has been the subject of an ongoing dispute that was recently settled through court-ordered mediation.  She and her family had not spent time in the condo for some time, but in the years since


Dispute between Michigan State and a White Nationalist Group Heads to Mediation
11/13/2017 4:53:12 PM
Description: The dispute concerning free speech rights between white nationalist speaker Richard Spencer and Michigan State University is heading to mediation.  The hope is that the mediator will resolve the dispute so it does not need to be settled in a


Mediation Could Become Mandatory for Singapore Workers
11/6/2017 4:31:18 PM
Description: Employees terminated from their jobs in Singapore who believe their termination was unfair might soon be required to attend mandatory mediation sessions to resolve the dispute.  According to a representative from the Manpower Ministry, unions,


Warwick, RI Teachers and School District Reach Tentative Agreement
11/6/2017 4:30:32 PM
Description: A tentative agreement was recently reached between the Warwick Teachers’ Union and the school district.  The agreement comes after more than five hours of private mediation.    According to attorney Vincent Ragosta Jr. who


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


Mediation Could End Dispute Over Hospital
11/6/2017 4:28:58 PM
Description: The plans to remove inpatient and obstetrics services from the Mayo Clinic’s hospital in Albert Lea and move them to another hospital in Austin is creating a problem for area residents.   Both sides of the dispute are now headed to a


Dayton Suggests Mediation to Resolve Conflicts in Montgomery County Jails
11/6/2017 4:28:12 PM
Description: Dayton’s Mediation Center coordinator is calling the situation in area jails a “pressure cooker” due to problems between inmates and corrections staff, and she believes mediation could help to resolve some of the