The need for government mediation can arise when an individual or group requests the release of information regarding a particular project but is refused access to the information. Mediation programs are put in place for just such incidents when it seems like there is no way to resolve a dispute between the public and a government entity.
This type of program is designed to be a low key, informal process, allowing both sides of a disagreement to present its side with the hopes that a solution can be reached through open discussion. In many cases, an amiable solution is found that prevents the need for any further action. To learn how you can eliminate the costly burden of a court case, please read the articles within this category to learn more.