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Mediation Up Next for Sexual Harassment at the Oregon Capitol
1/18/2019 3:44:43 PM
Description: Oregon’s workplace regulatory agency has opted for mediation instead of prosecuting the Legislature and other officials for not addressing sexual harassment accusations at the state Capitol.   The mediation will involve the Bureau of


Brooklyn Lawyers Adjusting to Matrimonial Mediation Program
1/18/2019 3:43:59 PM
Description: Brooklyn is now offering presumptive matrimonial mediation. The borough is one of three locations that will offer the pilot program. The program will provide divorcing couples with the ability to end their marriage with mediation instead of


LeBreton Project Receives More Time for Mediation
1/18/2019 3:42:38 PM
Description: More time has been granted to those involved in the LeBreton Project mediation. The extension comes from the National Capital Commission (NCC) board of directors and allows Trinity Developments and the Ottawa Senators more time to fix their


Kingston Coal Workers Headed to Mediation
1/18/2019 3:42:02 PM
Description:   The nation’s first and largest case of mass poisoning by coal ash is headed to mediation. A federal judge recently ordered the contractor and sickened workers to the bargaining table to see if they could reach a settlement on their


Milwaukee Mediation Center Offering Training in Mediation for Family Law Workers
1/5/2019 3:46:47 PM
Description: 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
Description: 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


Panhandling Dispute Headed to Mediation
1/5/2019 3:45:17 PM
Description:   An ongoing dispute over panhandling in the City of Joplin is headed to mediation.  The city recently argued that the freedom of speech lawsuit filed against it regarding the issue should be dropped.  The lawsuit arose after the


Petosky Mediation Group Celebrates 25 Years of Service
1/5/2019 3:44:39 PM
Description: Northern Community Mediation, a Petsokey-based organization that offers mediation services to people in Emmet and Charlevoix counties, is celebrating a quarter century of service this year.  The organization’s goal has always been to help


Mediation Will Continue into New Year for Two Sides Involved in Service Delivery Strategy Dispute
1/5/2019 3:43:52 PM
Description: The ongoing Service Delivery Strategy (SDS) dispute between Baldwin and Milledgeville County officials will stretch into the new year, after no resolution was found between the two in ongoing mediation session in 2018.   The two sides met as


Yeager Airport Mediation Begins
12/27/2018 12:56:22 PM
Description: Mediation has begun in an effort to resolve the lawsuit regarding the collapse of the Yeager Airport hillside. The mediation involves almost a dozen contractors and insurance carriers.   The sessions are being overseen by three judges,