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  • When to Use Dispute Resolution - New York State Dispute Resolution Association, Inc.
    Edit This Favorite Name Category Share Yes No Keep Private When to Use Dispute Resolution Share Dispute resolution can be used in a wide variety of situations as a very effective method to address matters that involve strong emotions and competing interests Using dispute resolution before the conflict has escalated can be helpful and very successful even when people get stuck in complicated and intractable conflict A few examples of areas where dispute resolution is successful and resolves issues amicably are Agriculture Farmer neighbor complaints unpaid bills and loans family conflict farm succession USDA appeals Business and Commercial Facilitating meetings contract negotiation improving leadership skills organization development Consumer Complaints Lemon vehicles small claims cases against businesses Court Related Matters Criminal small claims broken contracts or promises unpaid debts Environment and Public Policy Land use regulatory complaints allocation and management of natural resources Family Divorce separation custody visitation parenting plans senior and aging issues Special Education Neighborhood and Community Pets property disputes parking noise roommate landlord tenant manufactured housing Workplace Labor and employment discrimination vocational rehabilitation Member Login Remember Me Forgot your password Haven t registered yet more Blog 1 25 2016 Peter Glassman In Retrospect 1 4 2016 JOB OPPORTUNITY

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  • New York State Dispute Resolution Association, Inc.
    and Communications Manager at carla nysdra org if you have any questions comments or concerns about the directory County Albany Allegany Bronx Broome Cattaraugus Cayuga Chautauqua Chemung Chenango Clinton Columbia Cortland Delaware Dutchess Erie Essex Franklin Fulton Genesee Greene Hamilton Herkimer Jefferson Kings Lewis Livingston Madison Monroe Montgomery Nassau New York Niagara Oneida Onondaga Ontario Orange Orleans Oswego Otsego Putnam Queens Rensselaer Richmond Rockland Saratoga Schenectady Schoharie Schuyler Seneca St

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  • Find a CDRC - New York State Dispute Resolution Association, Inc.
    Chenango Delaware Otsego Counties 607 432 0061 www charitiesccdo org Dutchess County Mediation Center of Dutchess County Inc 845 471 7213 www dutchessmediation org Erie County Child Family Services Inc Center for Resolution and Justice 716 362 2323 www cfsbny org Essex County Rural Law Center of New York 518 523 0102 www rurallawcenter org Franklin County Rural Law Center of New York 518 358 2255 www rurallawcenter org Fulton County Dispute Resolution Center of Fulton Montgomery Counties 518 842 4202 x 3133 www catholiccharitiesfmc org tricountymediation htm Genesee County Child Family Services Inc Center for Resolution and Justice 585 344 2580 x 2440 www cfsbny org Greene County Common Ground Dispute Resolution Inc 518 943 0523 commongroundinc wix com commonground Hamilton County Rural Law Center of New York 518 561 5460 www rurallawcenter org Herkimer County Dispute Resolution Center of Herkimer County 315 894 9917 http msnyder71 wix com dispute resolution Jefferson County Resolution Center of Jefferson Lewis Counties Inc 315 785 0333 www resolution center net Kings County New York Peace Institute 718 834 6671 www nypeace org Lewis County Resolution Center of Jefferson Lewis Counties Inc 315 785 0333 www resolution center net Livingston County Center for Dispute Settlement 585 243 7007 www cdsadr org Madison County The Peacemaker Program Inc 315 724 1718 www thepeacemakerprogram org Monroe County Center for Dispute Settlement 585 546 5110 www cdsadr org Montgomery County Dispute Resolution Center of Fulton Montgomery Counties 518 842 4202 x 3133 www catholiccharitiesfmc org tricountymediation htm Nassau County EAC Mediation Centers Mediation Alternative Project 516 489 7733 www eacinc org New York County New York Peace Institute 212 577 1740 www nypeace org Niagara County Child Family Services Inc Center for Resolution and Justice 716 433 3283 www cfsbny org Oneida County The Peacemaker Program Inc 315 724 1718 www thepeacemakerprogram org Onondaga County New Justice Conflict Resolution Services Inc 315 471 4676 www newjusticeservices org Ontario County Center for Dispute Settlement 585 396 0840 www cdsadr org Orange County Dispute Resolution Center 845 294 8082 www drcservices org Orleans County Child Family Services Inc Center for Resolution and Justice 716 433 3283 www cfsbny org Oswego County New Justice Conflict Resolution Services Inc 315 343 8370 www newjusticeservices org Otsego County Dispute Resolution Center of Chenango Delaware Otsego 607 432 0061 www charitiesccdo org Putnam County Dispute Resolution Center 845 225 9555 www drcservices org Queens County Community Mediation Services 718 523 6868 www mediatenyc org Rensselaer County Mediation Matters 518 446 0356 www mediationmatters org Richmond County New York Center for Interpersonal Development 718 815 4557 www nycid org Rockland County Westchester Rockland Mediation Centers of CLUSTER Inc 845 512 8730 www clusterinc org Saratoga County Mediation Matters 518 584 6361 www mediationmatters org Schenectady County Mediation Matters 518 446 0356 www mediationmatters org Schoharie County Dispute Resolution Center of Fulton Montgomery Counties 518 842 4202 x 3133 www catholiccharitiesfmc org tricountymediation htm Schuyler County Community Dispute Resolution Center Inc 607 535 6860

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  • Programs - New York State Dispute Resolution Association, Inc.
    outreach to consumers as well as statistical reporting to the relevant contracting agency New York State Agricultural Mediation Program NYSAMP This program offers farmers other agricultural producers and members of the agricultural community options to resolve problems promptly and conveniently without involving outside authorities New York State Board of Elections Arbitration Program This program provides advisory arbitration for appropriate election complaints that arise from violations of Title III of the Help America Vote Act of 2002 and are referred by the New York State Board of Elections E arly Intervention Mediation Program This program assists families of infants and toddlers with developmental disabilities and Department of Health Early Intervention Officials to agree on services needed for the child s Individualized Family Service Plan Lemon Law Arbitration Program This program offers an independent efficient and fair forum to settle disputes between consumers whose new used and leased vehicles turn out to be lemons and the vehicle manufacturer This program has been expanded to include recreational vehicles RVs wheelchairs and motorcycles Special Education Mediation Program This program offers parents and schools the ability to reach agreement regarding a student s educational plan program through the use of mediation ACCES Vocational Rehabilitation Mediation

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  • Agricultural Mediation - New York State Dispute Resolution Association, Inc.
    types of issues can be resolved under the New York State Agricultural Mediation Program NYSAMP Loans or debts Right to farm complaints Neighbor complaints Labor problems Landlord tenant disputes USDA appeals see below Mediation is also useful to farm families facing difficulties or planning needs involving Separation and divorce Siblings in law out law Finance and business planning Elder care and planning Unpaid bills loan restructuring Small claims and credit Family farm succession and transfers The USDA has recognized the right of farmers and producers to use mediation to appeal an adverse determination such as Agricultural loans and loan servicing including FSA loans Rural Development loan and loan servicing including single and multifamily housing Wetland determinations Grazing on national forest System lands Conservation compliance Crop insurance Pesticide applications Other agriculture related topics For more information Find a CDRC call the NYSAMP toll free number 866 669 7267 or email Peter Glassman NYSAMP Director at peter nysdra org Additional resources NYSAMP Website New York FarmNet New York Farm Bureau NYS Department of Agriculture and Markets Cornell Cooperative Extension USDA offices Farm Services Agency Rural Development Natural Resources Conservation Service Member Login Remember Me Forgot your password Haven t registered yet more

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  • Board of Elections Arbitration - New York State Dispute Resolution Association, Inc.
    Keep Private Board of Elections Arbitration Share NYSDRA has contracted with the NYS Board of Elections NYSBOE to provide advisory arbitration services when a panel has exceeded the 90 day calendar period to conduct a hearing based on a written complaint by a voter who believes there has been a violation of any provision of Title Three of the Federal Help America Vote Act of 2002 HAVA Filing a complaint A complaint alleging that there is a violation including a violation which has occurred or is occurring or is about to occur of any provision of Title Three of the Federal Help America Vote Act of 2002 HAVA may be made in person by telephone or in writing All formal complaints shall be filed with the State Board of Elections and shall be written signed and sworn by the complainant The complainant shall use a form created by and available from the New York State Board of Elections For more information Find a CDRC or contact Alison Ritchie Director of Program Operations at alison nysdra org Additional resources NYS Board of Elections Member Login Remember Me Forgot your password Haven t registered yet more Blog 1 25 2016 Peter Glassman

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  • Early Intervention Mediation - New York State Dispute Resolution Association, Inc.
    Edit This Favorite Name Category Share Yes No Keep Private Early Intervention Mediation Share The Early Intervention Mediation Program was established in 1993 to provide services for infants and toddlers ages 0 3 years old with developmental delay or disabilities and their families Title II A of Article 25 of the Public Health Law established the right of a parent who disagrees with the determination of an evaluator or Early Intervention official to mediation and or an impartial hearing to resolve their dispute The mediation program is designed to help early intervention program participants create options for resolving disputes surrounding eligibility determination delivery of services to the child or to improve communication between parents and early intervention personnel NYSDRA has contracted with the Department of Health to mediate these conflicts through the statewide network of CDRCs so disputes of this nature can be dealt with promptly and conveniently For more information Find a CDRC or contact Alison Ritchie Director of Program Operations at alison nysdra org Additional resources New York State Department of Health Member Login Remember Me Forgot your password Haven t registered yet more Blog 1 25 2016 Peter Glassman In Retrospect 1 4 2016 JOB OPPORTUNITY Statewide

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  • Lemon Law Arbitration - New York State Dispute Resolution Association, Inc.
    favor Used Cars and Motorcycles A vehicle purchased or leased from a New York State dealer one who sold or offered to sell three or more cars within the previous twelve month period for personal use with more than 18 000 miles is also subject to Lemon Law coverage depending on the mileage at the time of purchase as follows Miles At Purchase Duration of Warranty 18 000 36 000 90 days or 4 000 miles 36 001 79 999 60 days or 3 000 miles 80 000 100 000 30 days or 1 000 miles If a part covered by the law is the subject of a serious defect that remains uncorrected after three or more repair attempts or the vehicle is out of service for at least 15 days within the applicable statutory period the consumer may be eligible for Lemon Law relief through the arbitration program If successful the consumer will be entitled to a refund of the purchase price as well as the return of the 120 00 arbitration filing fee Lease Excess Wear and Damage Law Program New York s Lease Excess Wear and Damage Law provides a legal remedy for consumers who lease a new or used motor vehicle and dispute excess wear and damage charges levied against them by the leasing company upon termination of the lease The Lease Excess Wear and Damage Program enables a consumer lessee to contest 1 whether damage to the leased vehicle exists 2 whether such damage constitutes excess wear and damage above normal wear and damage 3 the amount of the charges sought by the lessor for excess wear and damage and 4 whether the lessor complied with lease end notice and vehicle access requirements If successful the consumer is not required to pay for excess damage

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