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COVID19 Eviction Situation Could Lead to More Mediation
7/17/2020 2:50:06 PM
Description: The eviction moratoriums that were in place during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic are expiring and landlords and tenants are nervous about what comes next. The community of Everett in Snohomish County is working with these groups to resolve the


Podcast Hosts Apologize for Comments Following Mediation
7/17/2020 2:49:27 PM
Description: A formal apology has been issued to Nicky Winmar, St. Kilda rugby player after Don Scott, Sam Newman, and Mike Sheahan were accused of making inappropriate comments about Winmar on their podcast. According to Winmar, the three men were critical of


New Zealand Nurses Plan Work Stoppage during Pandemic after Mediation Fails
7/17/2020 2:48:46 PM
Description:   The thousands of nurses and healthcare workers responsible for providing care in New Zealand intend to stop working after the mediation to resolve their contract disputes were unsuccessful. The quasi-strike is expected to last for two hours


Impasse Reached in Mediation Concerning 2019 Terror Attack
7/17/2020 2:47:54 PM
Description: The New Zealand Muslim groups involved in mediation with Wellington have reached an impasse regarding the distribution of $2 million for Christchurch victims. The victims were people injured or killed in the March 2019 attack on a


Mediation Center Hopes to Help with Conversations about Current Events
7/17/2020 2:46:55 PM
Description: It is no secret that people are having a difficult time discussing current events without it devolving into fights these days. The Mediation Center of the Coastal Empire is hoping to change that or at least diffuse some of the tension.   The


Mediation results in $2.2 Million Returned to Insurance Customers
7/13/2020 12:23:30 PM
Description: Customers of some insurance companies in Tennessee have been repaid more than $2.2 million during the first half of 2020. This comes as a result of mediation efforts conducted by the Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance (TDCI) and was a


Grand Prairie to Ratify ICF Mediation Terms
7/13/2020 12:22:51 PM
Description: Both the city and county of Grand Prairie are about to ratify the mediation terms for the Intermunicipal Collaboration Framework (ICF). Both the city and county councils are expected to receive the agreement next week.   The City Council will


EEOC Implements Changes to Temporary Mediation Program
7/13/2020 12:21:58 PM
Description: The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) recently announced the launch of a pilot program. The goal is to alter certain aspects of its existing mediation program. The new program includes the expansion of types of worker bias allegations


Buffalo and City Police Department Continue Mediation Negotiations over Contract
7/13/2020 12:21:15 PM
Description: Negotiations between the City of Buffalo and its police department have been ongoing since the union’s contract expired in June 2019. Little progress has been made thus far, but the mediation continued until recently when the police union


Glebe BIA and Councilor Shawn Menard Agree to Mediation
7/13/2020 12:20:29 PM
Description: Councilor Shawn Menard and the Glebe BIA have agreed to attempt mediation after Menard was terminated from his position on the BIA board at the end of June. Both parties agreed to “enter into a new process of understanding and