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The commission could bring a case on her behalf against Golf Channel, take the case to mediation or dismiss it and give her a right-to-sue letter.
If a deal can’t be reached, the law calls for mediation to determine how much the platforms must pay publishers.
The news organizations then filed an appeal in February and entered into mediation with the state.
Paoletta said they have even witnessed family mediations via the team’s handwritten letters.
Landlords can choose to work with residents outside of court or use mediation services, such as the Anne Arundel Conflict Resolution Center, according to local tenant advocate attorneys, but state law does not require them to do so.
Late last year, she started to meet with the foster parents for monthly mediation sessions.
For pages on end it is a compelling mediation on belief, betrayal, and grief.
The U.S. could play a crucial role here in dispatching issue experts and other support to whatever mediation effort unfolds.
ISIS provides social services such as conflict mediation as well.
Why, given the history of U.S. mediation, should anyone be anything but skeptical and cynical of the “peace process?”
In what way does assimilation involve the mediation of individual differences?
However, Moses' mediation consisted only in changing the tone of the Law to make it more tolerable to the people.
There is a confused rumor here of a mediation of Russia and Holland, but I am persuaded without foundation.
At the last moment, diplomatic mediation on the part of England and France succeeded in averting war.
A good choice—seconds not given to mediation, will attempt no friendly settlement on the ground.'
On this page you'll find 22 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to mediation, such as: arbitration, conciliation, intervention, negotiation, reconciliation, and intercession.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.