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Tungsten Parts Wyoming Lawsuit Headed to Mediation
6/26/2020 12:06:35 PM
Mediation is scheduled for mid-June in the lawsuit against Tungsten Parts Wyoming filed by seven former employees. The former employees claim Tungsten’s chairman, Joseph Serov, of defamation and retaliation. According to the employees,
Lawsuit Involving Village of Milford Headed to Mediation
4/14/2020 3:03:05 PM
The mediation will be utilized to hopefully resolve one of the two lawsuits filed by the former employees of the Village of Milford.
The first claim was initially filed in October 2019 when a former maintenance employee claimed the Village
Whistleblower Headed to Mediation to Resolve Dispute
11/13/2017 4:56:29 PM
It has been two years since the former Albuquerque Public Schools Chief Financial Officer Don Moya filed a whistleblower lawsuit, and now, the case is headed to mediation. The goal is to settle the dispute between Moya and the district
Second Round of Mediation Freezes Massachusetts Civil Rights Lawsuit
4/19/2015 11:27:00 AM
Plymouth County District Attorney Timothy Cruz and former county prosecutor John Bradley had agreed to freeze a federal civil rights lawsuit in order to give mediation a second chance.
Bradley filed suit against Cruz and the DA’s
Lawsuit over Ticket Quotas Ordered into Mediation
1/17/2015 12:10:33 PM
A lawsuit filed by a police officer in Mendham Township in New Jersey has been ordered into mediation by the court.
Officer Robert Wysokowski claims that he and other officers were ordered to specifically target young drivers for