Public Policy Disputes

Mediations with multiple parties represented are common in public policy disputes, and differs from private mediations in that the agreements reached are not usually self-enforcing. In most cases, a governing body or agency administrator implements the agreement.

Public policy disputes often address urban planning issues such as the rezoning of property, the development or modification of regulatory statutes, or proposed sites and/or design for new public facilities.

Mediators will find experience in the public policy arena is very beneficial, but not mandatory. Agency staff with technical expertise can be valuable participants, either directly or as a resource.

Contact Information

Mediation Arbitration Online
300 Rollingbrook Ste. 406
Baytown, Texas 77521

Fax: 1.877.512.2622