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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


Mediation on the Horizon for Byron School District and Teachers
1/22/2018 10:48:13 PM
Description: The latest budget was unanimously approved in mid-December by the Byron school board members.  The board assumed the three unions would accept the wage freeze when they approved the budget, based on contract talks that had taken place the week


California School District Teachers to Resume Talks with Officials
12/2/2017 8:39:46 PM
Description: Teachers from the Fairfield-Suisun Unified School District, their union, and district officials will return to the bargaining table to try to come up with a new contract that satisfies everyone involved.   The teachers encouraged the


Washington County Commissioners and the City of Marietta Agree to Mediation
10/11/2017 7:08:43 PM
Description: Washington County Commissioners recently agreed to mediation with the City of Marietta regarding their ongoing dispute over issues with a county sewer project.   Commissioners will travel to a neutral location in Columbus for the first


Manchester Mediation Program Launches with Pilot Program
9/2/2017 5:16:54 PM
Description: A pilot mediation program in Manchester that is aimed at lowering the expense of civil legal disputes is due to launch on September 1.     Sessions will take place at the Manchester Civil Justice Centre and the Greater Manchester


Mediation in BC University Sex Scandal Ineffective
11/23/2016 4:59:45 PM
Description: Mediation has begun in the dispute between a former student and the University of British Columbia.  The student filed a human rights complaint after claiming the school mishandled the report of her sexual assault.  There was an attempt


Fall River Sanitation Workers and City Administration Headed to Mediation
7/12/2016 10:32:20 AM
Description: The Department of Labor Relations recently approved non-binding mediation to attempt to settle the dispute between the city’s sanitation union workers and the city. There are currently 24 sanitation workers facing layoffs due to the


Hawaiian Pilots Done Trying to Mediate Dispute
6/29/2016 12:27:12 PM
Description: The Hawaiian Airlines pilots’ union has petitioned the federal government to release them from the requirement to mediate. They have offered arbitration in lieu of mediation, which could start the ticking of the 30 day clock for a pilot


Port Ludlow Residents Protest Logging Mediation
5/16/2016 5:20:14 PM
Description: Seventy residents from the town of Port Ludlow protested at the Jefferson County Courthouse in April against logging in their resort community. The protestors also take issue with the mediation process being used to settle the dispute. The residents


Loop Project Lawsuit Headed to Mediation
4/29/2016 10:31:58 AM
Description: The City of Walterboro began its first court-ordered mediation session with Camilla Hughes Hiers to determine if a settlement was due in the lawsuit regarding Hiers’ business, Diary Land. At the moment the specific details of the mediation