From June 25: How often do you get a thank you from anyone in your organization? Is it once a week, a month or a year? A study conducted by the John Templeton Foundation discovered that the workplace is the least likely place that someone would get a "thank you." In fact,...
On this episode of the News-Review Podcast, Jane Millar talks about Northern Community Mediation, and how using mediation to resolve conflicts helps the community as a whole. The following is an edited transcript of the interview.
A good first step toward peace can be a step on Neutral Ground. Neutral Ground is the name of a local mediation organization, one of 21 mediation centers in the state, a nonprofit focused on dispute resolution, reducing traffic through small-claims and district court.
Contract talks between U.S. Class I railroad and the Coordinated Bargaining Group, which represents six unions, have stalled, and the CBG on Dec. 5 applied to the National Mediation Board for the assignment of a federal mediator.
The Connecticut Probate Courts offer a mediation program designed specifically to help individuals resolve contested probate cases. The program is unique in that all mediators are current or retired probate judges. Parties who choose to...
A monthlong trial aimed at settling a high-stakes water dispute between Georgia and Florida ended Dec. 1 with a special master imploring both sides to negotiate a settlement. Special master Ralph Lancaster reminded both parties...
Over the past 15 years, mediation-arbitration (or "med-arb") has grown into a popular method of resolving family law disputes. As its name suggests, med-arb combines the most effective features of both mediation and arbitration. Why has med-arb become so popular? When does...
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