Monthly Archives: July 2010

Mediation in the U.S. Government

I just did two mediation workshops at the EEOC’s Excel conference, held this year in Orlando, Florida. I have now become acquainted, though not yet familiar, with all the mediation that takes place within the Federal government. It sounds like most federal agencies have mediation programs in place, replete with trained, experienced mediators, including military […]

Another Sports Story Hints at Need for ADR

A front-page story in our local paper yesterday reported that a former professional football player has sued the NFL Players Association and his former football team for non-payment of a pension to which he believes he is entitled (“Ex-football player says union owes him,” Grand Rapids Press, July 7, 2010, page 1). So I find […]