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Mediation in family law reduces trials, gives litigants more control

Matthew Brandes The Iowa Supreme Court this month continued its mandatory mediation in family law cases in an effort to move along cases that may have been delayed by the pandemic because mediation often can lead to quicker resolutions without trials. Mediation can help in situations where people are angry or upset with each other,… Read More »

NY Democrats won’t let NYC control its traffic law cameras

The Democrat-controlled Albany Legislature will not be giving New York City the power to regulate its automated speed- and red-light cameras this year, and Mayor Eric Adams is placing blame squarely on the state leaders. Adams, responding in part to The Post’s reporting that his administration has mounted a lackluster lobbying effort on speed cams… Read More »