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First Mediation Attempt Fails for Lyttelton Port Workers
3/28/2018 8:56:16 PM
Description: The strike resumed recently for two hundred workers involved in a dispute with the Lyttelton Port Company.  The two sides had attempted mediation, but the first attempt was unsuccessful and they walked away from the session no closer to a

Mediation Devolves into Competing Accusations in West Coast Port Dispute
1/24/2015 1:34:44 PM
Description: The International Longshore and Warehouse Union (ILWU) and the Pacific Maritime Association (PMA) each blamed each other for perceived slowdowns and chaos at the country’s busiest and largest port despite having been in mediation proceedings

Ports Seek Mediation with U.S. Dock Workers
1/17/2015 12:05:12 PM
Description: Despite being locked in negotiations for the last seven months, terminal operators and shipping companies operating in 29 ports in the Western United States have asked the union representing more than 20,000 dock workers to agree to Federal

Mediation in International Maritime Disputes
12/21/2012 5:04:54 PM
Description:   According to authors Rodney M. Elden and Irene E. Ziebarth, “dispute and controversy are endemic to ocean transport.”  With the vastness of the world’s oceans and the equal vastness and diversity of the cargoes