Fox/Cablevision dispute creates stir over loss of programs

A dispute between Cablevision and News Corp., the owner of Fox 5 television station, has created a stir because of the loss of the Fox 5 and My9 programming from their cable list.

On Sunday, many people who wanted to watch the football games were forced out of their home and into local bars because they no longer have access to that station.

Customers who receive cable in that area do not want their rates to go up so they are forced to leave their home and watch games and other programs on the station somewhere else. Politicians are now stepping in to try and resolve the issue and work on a new negotiation.

If you or a loved one are in the middle of a business dispute, contact the Des Moines business dispute lawyers of LaMarca Law Group, P.C., by calling (877) 327-2600 today.



DEP will try to mediate business disputes before going to court

A new program is in the works at the Department of Environmental Protection to mediate business disputes between the DEP and other companies, such as land developers, before going to court.

The new program, called the Office of Dispute Resolution will be helping the DEP avoid the lengthy court process by having two sides deliberate behind closed doors.

The department will be lead by a woman who has spent most of her 24-year career negotiating settlements. Disputes that will be mediated are compliance issues, fines, land use permits and more.

If you are in the middle of a business dispute and you need experienced representation on your side to help you in this difficult time. Contact the Des Moines business dispute lawyers of LaMarca Law Group, P.C. by calling (877) 327-2600 today.



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