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Mar 29 1965 (FN)

American Ship Building Co. Vs. Labor Board

Court : US Supreme Court

..... a vote, and made no counteroffer. negotiations were broken off without any definite plans for further meetings between the parties. future meetings were left to the call of a federal mediator. faced with the situation of an expired contract and the unions free to strike at any time, in particular at a time of their own choosing during the busy season ..... )(4) (1958 ed.) prohibits the use of a strike or lockout unless requisite notice procedures have been complied with; 29 u.s.c. 173(c) (1958 ed.) directs the federal mediation and conciliation service to seek voluntary resolution of labor disputes without resort to strikes or lockouts; and 29 u.s.c. 176, 178 (1958 ed.) authorize procedures whereby the president ..... in june and early july during which negotiations focussed upon the fringe benefit questions without any substantial progress. at the last meeting, the parties resolved to call in the federal mediation and conciliation page 380 u. s. 303 service, which set the next meeting for july 19. at this meeting, the unions first unveiled their demand for a 20-cent-an .....

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May 15 1972 (FN)

NLRB Vs. Burns Int'l Security Svcs., Inc.

Court : US Supreme Court

..... the direct settlement of labor disputes, the committee has considered a great variety of the proposals ranging from compulsory arbitration, the establishment of factfinding boards, creation of an over-all mediation tribunal, and the imposition of specified waiting periods. . . . [w]e do not feel warranted in recommending that any such plans become permanent legislation." s.rep. no. 105, 80th cong., 1st ..... modification;" "(2) offers to meet and confer with the other party for the purpose of negotiating a new contract or a contract containing the proposed modifications;" "(3) notifies the federal mediation and conciliation service within thirty days after such notice of the existence of a dispute, and simultaneously therewith notifies any state or territorial agency established to ..... mediate and conciliate disputes within the state or territory where the dispute occurred, provided no agreement has been reached by that time; and" "(4) continues in full force and effect, without .....

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Jun 17 1976 (FN)

Hortonville Dist. Vs. Hortonville Educ. Assn.

Court : US Supreme Court

..... teachers had admitted being on strike, and although the strike violated wisconsin law, the board had available other remedies than dismissal, including an injunction prohibiting the strike, a call for mediation, or continued bargaining. relying on our holding in morrissey v. brewer, 408 u. s. 471 (1972), the wisconsin court then held "it would seem essential, even in cases of undisputed ..... that the board's decision could be reviewed in other forums; but no reviewing body would give the teachers an opportunity to demonstrate that "another course of action such as mediation, injunction, continued collective bargaining or arbitration would have been a more reasonable response on the part of the decisionmaker." id. at 496, 225 n.w.2d at 672. since it .....

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Jun 15 1989 (FN)

Patterson Vs. Mclean Credit Union

Court : US Supreme Court

..... .s.c. 1981. but this is precisely where it would make sense for congress to provide for the overlap. at this stage of the employee-employer relation, title vii's mediation and conciliation procedures would be of minimal effect, for there is not yet a relation to salvage. c the solicitor general and justice brennan offer two alternative interpretations of 1981 ..... employee of the same right to make contracts as a white person. [ footnote 2/15 ] the court suggests that overlap between 1981 and title vii interferes with title vii's mediation and conciliation procedures. ante at 492 u. s. 180 -182, and n. 4. in johnson v. railway express agency, inc., 421 u.s. at 421 u. s. 461 , however, we .....

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Oct 07 1991 (FN)

Board of Governors, Frs Vs. Mcorp Financial, Inc.

Court : US Supreme Court

..... conflict with a provision of the national labor relations act. 14 the act, however, did not expressly authorize any judicial review of such a determination. relying on switchmen v. national mediation bd., 320 u. s. 297 (1943), the nlrb argued that the statutory provisions establishing review of final board orders in the courts of appeals indicated a congressional intent to bar ..... provides mcorp with a meaningful and adequate opportunity for judicial review of the validity of the source of strength regulation. if and when the board 15 in switchmen v. national mediation ed., 320 u. s., at 306, the court had reasoned: "when congress in 3 and in 9 provided for judicial review of two types of orders or awards and in .....

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Feb 19 1997 (FN)

Lawyer Vs. Department of Justice

Court : US Supreme Court

..... represented at the status conference and indicated its intention to file a motion to intervene. id., at 24. no one at the status conference objected to submitting the matter to mediation. the secretary of state was not represented at the conference. 573 21, as revised in plan 386, would no longer extend into polk county or north toward clearwater, would have ..... mediation. after the mediator declared an impasse in late october, see 166 tr. 8 (oct. 26, 1995), the parties continued discussions on their own and on november 2, 1995, filed with the district court ..... , 1995). at a status conference held on july 6, 1995, shortly after we decided miller v. johnson, 515 u. s. 900 (1995), all parties agreed to the appointment of a mediator to seek resolution of the suit,2 see record 78, at 2; 134 tr. 13, 14, 16 (july 6, 1995), though pretrial proceedings continued during the ensuing .....

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Jan 10 2017 (HC)

Madhusudan Vs. The State of Jharkhand and Anr

Court : Jharkhand

..... there had been criminal case and counter criminal case filed by both the parties against each other, particularly, relating to the alleged occurrence of 27th may, 2013 in which certain mediation took place during pendency of anticipatory bail application of the petitioner before this court. learned counsel for the petitioner submits that the fact of monthly income of the petitioner to ..... petitioner lodged by opposite party no.2 under section 498a of the indian penal code and during pendency of the anticipatory bail application of the petitioner before this court, the mediation/conciliation was done between the parties, wherein it was mutually agreed that the petitioner shall pay rs.10,000/- per month to the opposite party no.2. the said fact .....

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Jun 14 2017 (HC)

Chandra Shekhar Ram Vs. Rekha Devi

Court : Jharkhand

..... of the appeal in this court, efforts were made for amicable settlement of the dispute between the parties at the hands of the trained mediator at jhalsa and the matter was referred for mediation. the report of the mediator has been received in this court which shows that in spite of his best efforts, the matrimonial dispute between them could not be amicably ..... settled and the mediation failed. hence, we have heard both the parties on the merits of this case.3. the appellant husband is aggrieved by the judgment and decree dated 08th december, 2014, passed .....

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Jul 24 2017 (HC)

Sunita Singh Vs. Kunal Singh

Court : Jharkhand

..... by the husband / respondent herein for dissolution of marriage by a decree of divorce under section 13(1)(ia) of the hindu marriage act, 1955.3. parties participated in the mediation process during the pendency of the appeal pursuant to the order dated 18.10.2016. however, efforts for an amicable settlement failed during ..... mediation. both parties appeared thereafter on 11.07.2017 pursuant to the order dated 20.06.2017. during the course of deliberation, a fresh proposal for settlement came from the side .....

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Feb 15 1911 (PC)

Thakur Umrao Singh Vs. Thakur Lachhman Singh

Court : Mumbai

Reported in : (1911)13BOMLR404

..... ground whatever for such a suggestion. on the other hand, it seems clear that that document is a non-testamentary instrument. it was a family arrangement arrived at by the mediation or arbitration of two gentlemen, who were old friends of the family, and interested in maintaining its honour. it was plainly intended to be operative immediately, and to be final ..... expenses of the sons and daughters shall be borne by me. after me the three sons are to divide the property, moveable and immoveable. this has been settled through the mediation of thakur jote singh of bihat and thakur ratan singh of rojah.9. kalka bakhsh, though he executed the document without demur, did not comply with its terms, if, indeed .....

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