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Dispute Resolution


Legal agreement between two parties that lays out the method and timetable for solving conflict between them, such as between employers and employees, partners, stockholders (shareholders).

 
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Alternative Dispute Resolution for Consumer Transactions in the Bo...

By: Kate Rodriguez

Government Reference Publication

MS. RODRIGUEZ: Does everyone have a copy of the hypothetical that was in your packet? I have extras here if you want to see it. As you can see, we have a couple different scenarios here and involving different amounts of money and, you know, different -- consumers are based in different countries, et cetera, but they are all involving -- they are both involving cross-border situations.

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Alternative Dispute Resolution for Consumer Transactions in the Bo...

By: Susan Grant

Government Reference Publication

MR. INGIS: Just so they have it for the record, I guess it will be transcribed, and I think what we'll do, maybe, is just walk through the hypothetical. And I think what we're supposed to do is try and come up with at least some sort of consensus or nonconsensus, but just some results from this discussion to share with the larger group.

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Part 308Trade Regulation Rule Pursuant to the Telephone Disclosure...

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(a) Bona fide educational service means any pay-per-call service dedicated to providing information or instruction relating to education, subjects of academic study, or other related areas of school study. -- (b) Commission means the Federal Trade Commission. -- (c) Pay-per-call service has the meaning provided in section 228 of the Communications Act of 1934, 47 U.S.C. 228. 1 -- (d) Person means any individual, partnership, corporation, association, government or govern...

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Re: Alternative Dispute Resolution for Consumer Transactions in th...

By: Charles I. Underhill

Government Reference Publication

Dear Mr. Secretary: These comments are submitted by email by the Council of Better Business Bureaus, Inc. (CBBB) and BBBOnLine, Inc. (BBBOnLine). We respectfully request an opportunity to participate in the upcoming workshop to be conducted by the Commission and the Department of Commerce. If invited to participate, we would designate as panelist either Charles Underhill, CBBB Senior Vice President or Steven J. Cole, CBBB and BBBOnLine Senior Vice President and General C...

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Alternative Dispute Resolution Programs : Hearing before the Subco...

By: United States. Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary. Subcommittee on Intellectual Property and Judicial Administration

Publication suspended 1915-1918 ; Vols. 1-30, 1857-86. 1 v

Entomology ; Insects

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Review of State Mediation Programs Established by the 1987 Agricul...

By: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Agriculture. Subcommittee on Environment, Credit, and Rural Development

Subject: Medical care -- United States Finance; Medical care, Cost of -- United States; Health care reform -- United States; Medical policy -- United States

Includes bibliographical references

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Reauthorization of the Administrative Dispute Resolution Act : Hea...

By: United States. Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary. Subcommittee on Commercial and Administrative Law

Subject: Dispute resolution (Law) -- United States; Administrative procedure -- United States

Includes bibliographical references

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Conflict Resolution in Africa : Recent Developments : Hearing befo...

By: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Foreign Affairs. Subcommittee on Africa

Africa, Sub-Saharan -- Politics and government 1960-

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S. 1224--The Administrative Dispute Resolution Act of 1995 : Heari...

By: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Governmental Affairs. Subcommittee on Oversight of Government Management and the District of Columbia

Kahle/Austin Foundation and Omidyar Network ; US Government Documents ; Boston Public Library

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Divorce Mediation and Domestic Violence

By: Jessica Pearson

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: KeUtz, S., H. Daley and R. Hanson. Mdff-State Assessment of Divorce Medtatlon Tradltlond Court Processing. National Center for State Courts, 1992. Kelly, J. “Mediated and Adversarial Divorce: Respondents' Perceptions and Their Processes and Outcomes, “ Mediation Quarterly, No. 24. Summer 1989. Kelly, J., and M. Duryee. Women and Men's Views of Mediation in Voluntary and Mandatory Mediation Settings, “ Family and Conciliation Courts Review, Vol. 30. No. 1, 1992. ...

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Test of Mediation Procedure for Appeals

By: Internal Revenue Service

Summary: The Service has tested the use of mediation for Coordinated Examination Program (CEP) cases assigned to Appeals Team Chiefs. The Service is now expanding the mediation test to allow taxpayers to request mediation for factual issues involving an adjustment of $1 million or more that are already in the Appeals administrative process. Under the mediation procedure the taxpayer and Appeals will continue to negotiate a settlement, but an objective and neutral third p...

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Mandatory Custody Mediation : Empirical Evidence of Increased Risk...

By: Dennis P. Saccuzzo

Legal Reference Publication

Excerpt: Nearly all states utilize mediation for child custody disputes.? Individual states vary widely, however, from optional mediation at the parties? expense to mandatory mediation with no exclusion for domestic violence. It is in cases of domestic violence where the we of mediation has drawn the most criticism though proponents argue that it is possible to mediate child custody disputes even where there is domestic violence, critics have noted the potential harm to ...

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Extension of Test of Mediation Procedure for Appeals

By: Internal Revenue Service

Summary: This document extends the test of the mediation procedure set forth in Announcement 98-99, 1998-2 C.B. 650, for an additional one-year period beginning on January 16, 2001, the date this Announcement is published in the Internal Revenue Bulletin. The mediation procedure allows taxpayers, in certain cases that are already in the Appeals administrative process and that are not docketed in any court, to request mediation of one or more issues as a dispute resolutio...

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Divorce Mediation and Domestic Violence

By: Jessica Pearson

Legal Reference Publication

Summary: As mediation becomes more common in the court system, and as the widespread nature of domestic violence becomes more apparent, the appropriateness of mediation in domestic abuse cases has become an issue of increasing national importance. This report provides a preliminary look at how mediators and court administrators say they are handling the problem. We focus on whether and how mediators and court s t d attempt to gauge the level of domestic abuse and the cap...

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Ftc Facts for Consumers Resolving Consumer Disputes : Mediation an...

Government Reference Publication

Mediation and Arbitration: The two most popular types of dispute resolution are mediation and arbitration. In mediation, a neutral third party ? a mediator ? helps you and the other party try to resolve the problem through facilitated dialogue. However, it?s up to you and the other party to reach an agreement.

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Want to Resolve a Dispute Try Mediation

By: Government Printing Office

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: What Is Mediation? In a process called mediation, a person trained as a mediator helps two (or more) people resolve a conflict or disagreement. The conflict being resolved might be as simple as who should pay for a damaged locker. Or it might be as complex as which parent should receive custody of a child in the case of a divorce. In either situation, mediation involves solving the dispute through peaceful means. The mediator, however, does not simply listen to ...

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Part Xxvi Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service Semiannual Re...

By: Arthur B. Pearlstein

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: Federal Mediation And Conciliation Service 29 CFR Ch. XII Semiannual Regulatory Agenda Agency: Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service (FMCS). Action: Semiannual regulatory agenda. Summary: This document sets forth the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service’s (FMCS) regulatory agenda issued under Executive Order 12866 and the Regulatory Flexibility Act. The agenda lists regulations that are currently under development or review or that FMCS expects to hav...

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Want to Resolve a Dispute Try Mediation

By: John J. Wilson

Legal Reference Publication

Excerpt: What Is Mediation? In a process called mediation, a person trained as a mediator helps two (or more) people resolve a conflict or disagreement. The conflict being resolved might be as simple as who should pay for a damaged locker. Or it might be as complex as which parent should receive custody of a child in the case of a divorce. In either situation, mediation involves solving the dispute through peaceful means. The mediator, however, does not simply listen to ...

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Mr. Jack Hamlin's Mediation

By: Bret Harte

Excerpt: Part 1. At nightfall it began to rain. The wind arose too, and also began to buffet a small, struggling, nondescript figure, creeping along the trail over the rocky upland meadow towards Rylands?s rancho. At times its head was hidden in what appeared to be wings thrown upward from its shoulders; at times its broad?brimmed hat was cocked jauntily on one side, and again the brim was fixed over the face like a visor. At one moment a drifting misshapen mass of drape...

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Fast Track Mediation a Process for Prompt Resolution of Tax Issues

By: Internal Revenue Service

Excerpt: Qualifications: The Internal Revenue Service now offers fast track mediation services to help taxpayers resolve many disputes resulting from: examinations (audits) offers in compromise trust fund recovery penalties other collection actions (for example, certain qualifying collection due process cases) Most cases that are not docketed in any court qualify for fast track mediation.

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