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Lyon County Manager Hoping Lawsuit Goes to Mediation
7/15/2019 12:16:04 PM
Description: The Lyon County Board of Commissioners ratified a lawsuit against the City of Fernley regarding an area redevelopment district. Only one member of the board opposed the lawsuit. County Manager Jeff Page is hoping that the lawsuit opens the door to


Mediation Delayed in New Plymouth Council’s Claim
7/15/2019 12:15:17 PM
Description:   There has been a delay in the mediation for the dispute related to the New Plymouth District Council’s $2.3 million lawsuit against an Australian dairy company.   The claim is related to the more than $300 million sale of the


Pilot Mediation Program Recommended for NYPD
7/15/2019 12:13:59 PM
Description: Following an investigation by the Office of the Inspector General for the Department of Investigation into the New York Police Department, the agency recommended that the development of a pilot mediation program for some bias complaints and for the


Right to Inspect Child Detention Sites to be Mediated
7/15/2019 12:13:15 PM
Description: A federal judge determined an inspection was needed to determine the outcome of a dispute involving the inspection of child detention sites at the Texas and Mexico border. A district court judge overseeing the enforcement of an agreement regarding


Coal Ash Lawsuit Mediation Extended in Hopes of Finding Resolution
6/25/2019 11:18:40 AM
Description: The parties involved in trying to resolve the federal lawsuit concerning the cleanup of the 2008 Kingston coal ash disaster now have more time to resolve their dispute. US Magistrate Judge Bruce Guyton granted the coal ash workers and the Texas


Massachusetts Homeowners Facing Foreclosure Could Receive Reprieve through Mandatory Mediation Program
6/25/2019 11:18:03 AM
Description: A new bill proposed by Senator Nick Collins in the Massachusetts legislature would require a mandatory mediation process before homeowners facing foreclosure could be evicted from their homes. There would also be a judicial processed needed prior to


Man Accused of Pouring Kerosene on Girlfriend’s Car Headed to Mediation
6/25/2019 11:17:16 AM
Description: A man and his girlfriend will participate in mediation to resolve their dispute over the former pouring kerosene on the latter’s vehicle during a Valentine’s Day argument.   Attorneys for both parties will meet to discuss the


Mediation Continues without Resolution in Majestic Hills Dispute
6/25/2019 11:16:31 AM
Description: The ongoing mediation regarding the Majestic Hills housing plan continues without a resolution.   The goal of the mediation is to settle the lawsuits that were filed after landslides in North Strabane Township damaged property and triggered


Accusations of Bad Faith Bargaining Fly in Mediation between Union and Johnston
6/25/2019 11:15:52 AM
Description: Johnston has filed a lawsuit against the union that represents many town workers claiming it negotiated in bad faith bargaining after contract talks failed to produce any result. The lawsuit asks that the judge overseeing the case block the union


Mediation Over Park Dispute on Hold for Now
6/18/2019 1:13:32 PM
Description:   The mediation regarding the Tom Lee Park is currently on hold until the US Army Corps of Engineers reviews the partnership plans of those involved.  Both the Memphis River Parks Partnership and the Memphis in May International Festival