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Rail Operator and County Headed to Mediation
3/22/2019 11:43:17 AM
Description: For months Clark County and the Portland Vancouver Junction Railroad have been involved in an ongoing dispute that will now head to mediation. The dispute concerns the implementation of a change to state laws that would allow freight-dependent


San Rafael Considering Mandatory Mediation Program to Deal with Evictions
2/28/2019 3:10:34 PM
Description: Mediation programs have proven successful for tenant-landlord disputes and the city of San Rafael is now considering a mandatory mediation program to deal with a significant type of tenant-landlord dispute – eviction.   Housing


BC Oil and Gas Commission Launches Mediation Program
2/19/2019 10:59:07 PM
Description: The BC Oil and Gas Commission has launched a mediation service that will allow and owners to mediate disagreements with companies regarding complaints and site restoration post permit.  The program will provide support and the opportunity to


Private Car Drivers Could Benefit from Mediation
2/12/2019 2:50:28 PM
Description: Those who are hired privately to drive cars are close to getting a new way to resolve disputes with operators.  The National Private Hire Vehicles Association and the National Taxi Association recently announced a mediation service could be


Owner of Toyota of Portsmouth Will Forgo Participation in Upcoming Mediation
2/12/2019 2:49:51 PM
Description: James Boyle, owner of Toyota of Portsmouth, will not be participating in the upcoming mediation between his company and city officials.   According to Boyle, he chose not to participate because “he has had enough with what he sees as


Mediation over Noisy Tenant Dispute Continues; Landlord Not Participating
12/27/2018 12:54:28 PM
Description: The landlord affiliated with the complex where a Maynooth man threatened his noisy neighbors has declined to take part in the mediation process to resolve the matter. The mediation is part of a restorative justice procedure was set into motion in


Canadian Forestry Workers to Use Mediation to Settle Dispute
11/28/2018 12:55:40 PM
Description: Ninety eight percent of the United Steelworker members working in the forestry industry in the southern interior have agreed to strike, but will first attempt mediation to resolve the ongoing dispute. The mediation talks will be handled by the BC


Annexation Mediation Lies Ahead for Parkland County
11/12/2018 12:21:05 PM
Description: 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.   The


Sewer Dispute Heads to Mediation
10/23/2018 12:46:44 PM
Description: The ongoing sewer dispute between Marietta and Washington County has moved to mediation. Officials from both sides met recently at Marietta College to discuss potential resolutions to the problem.   The dispute has been ongoing since 2015


Attorney Receive Public Reprimand after Missing Mediation
9/21/2018 1:10:46 PM
Description: Donovan Lloyd Parker will undergo a public reprimand for mishandling an eviction mediation in Pembroke Pines, according to a report from the Florida Bar.   Parker had been hired to handle the mediation, but according to the Bar, did not