Other News

This category contains 4 posts

NZ: Financial services consumers ‘missing out on a fair hearing’

  The head of one of the financial services industry’s largest dispute resolution schemes says consumers are missing out because they don’t know about their right to a fair hearing. Susan Taylor, Chief Executive of Financial Service Complaints Limited (FSCL) ...read more

NZ: Retention of Lawyers in Family Court Mediation

  Retention of Lawyers in Family Court Mediation will nullify Mediation process The indication by the Justice & Electoral Select Committee that it will recommend retaining Lawyer for Child Lawyers in the early stages of Mediation is a guaranteed way ...read more

NZ: Govt backdown follows attack by family judges

  Justice minister promises officials will address judicial concerns over “unsafe” reforms The Government has backed down from radical Family Court changes which would have banned lawyers from acting in the early stages of disputes over the care of children. ...read more

NZ: DRSL to operate an approved dispute resolution scheme

Dispute Resolution Services Limited (DRSL) is pleased to announce that Minister Craig Foss has approved an application from DRSL to operate an approved dispute resolution scheme for the financial sector DRSL presently operates Financial Dispute Resolution (FDR) the reserve scheme ...read more

Follow Us

FacebookTwitterOur YouTube Channel

  • Mediation uses a neutral third-party to bring about a voluntary resolution, and settlement. ,
  • The judge presiding over the eviction matter involving a group of Woodstock residents has recommended mediation. ,
  • Former Penn State defensive coordinator Bob Shoop and Penn State agreed to to resolve a buyout dispute. ,
  • The court in the order signed by Chief Justice Lorie Skjerven Gildea directed both parties to hire a mediator. ,
  • Court documents indicate mediation could be used to resolve the case, though previous attempts have failed. ,
  • The nonprofits serving the homeless agreed to in an effort to resolve the issues that were uncovered. ,

For Online Family Mediation:

For Workplace Mediation

Workplace Mediation