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Milwaukee Mediation Center Offering Training in Mediation for Family Law Workers
1/5/2019 3:46:47 PM
Resolving differences between family members, especially in-laws, can be problematic. Unfortunately, even minor issues can turn into battles that last for years and tear families apart. Many of these issues even have a legal angle,
Illinois Lieutenant Governor Brings Love of Mediation to New Office
1/5/2019 3:45:58 PM
Mediation just had one of its biggest fans elected to a powerful public office. Juliana Stratton, who takes oath as the newest Lieutenant Governor of Illinois on January 14, 2019, brings a passion and love of the mediation process – and
Finger Lakes Area Clergy Urge Town Board to Attempt Mediation
12/5/2018 2:49:57 PM
Mediation has been requested by seven clergy members in the Seneca Falls area. They have asked the Town Board to attempt the alternative dispute resolution process because they have noticed a growing increase in mistrust and division among the
Mediation Begins for Jersey Nurses
11/28/2018 12:54:59 PM
Following ongoing pay negotiations that have gotten nowhere and an overall lack of progress in various disputes, Jersey Jamaica nurses have agreed to try mediation.
The RCN and Jersey’s mediatory service will participate in the
Wellington Bus Drivers and Bus Company Will Try Mediation
11/26/2018 12:59:29 PM
The Tranzurban bus company and its drivers are headed to mediation in an attempt to resolve their ongoing dispute over working conditions. According to Kevin O’Sullivan, Wellington Tramways Union secretary, the union has agreed to
Annexation Mediation Lies Ahead for Parkland County
11/12/2018 12:21:05 PM
Parkland County recently approved mediation to help resolve the issues related to the annexation by the City of Spruce Grove. The cost of mediation will be more than $100,000, but if successful, would keep the two sides out of court.
Politician and Former Aide Fired During Pregnancy Headed to Mediation
11/12/2018 12:20:22 PM
Texas Democratic Representative Henry Cuellar’s former aide filed a complaint against the politician claiming she was fired because of her pregnancy. Pregnancy is considered a protected class and it is against the law for an employer to fire a
Vandal Headed to Mediation with City of Regina
10/23/2018 12:45:20 PM
Patrick Johnson was headed to mediation after admitting to defacing a statue of Sir John A. Macdonald in the City of Regina.
Johnson initially intended to plead not guilty to a charge of mischief and wanted to move the situation
Mediation is the Next Step for Locked-Out Talc Mine Workers in Missoula
10/4/2018 3:18:19 PM
The 33 locked-out union workers from the Imerys America Talc Mill in Missoula, MT, and representatives from the mill are headed to mediation hoping to resolve their issues as soon as possible.
After six weeks of picketing 24-7 outside of
Road 5 Mediation Moves Dispute Forward Despite No Resolution
9/3/2018 10:27:06 PM
The ongoing dispute concerning Road 5 finally ended up in mediation in mid-July. Unfortunately, despite mediation moving parties forward closer to a solution, it failed to resolve the matter entirely.
The dispute began in 2012