Judge orders mediation for pension cases

SUPERIOR COURT ASSOCIATE JUSTICE SARAH TAFT-CARTER, the judge in charge of the pension reform cases in Rhode Island, has ordered the participating parties to try to solve their differences in mediation.  / COURTESY WIKIMEDIA COMMONS
SUPERIOR COURT ASSOCIATE JUSTICE SARAH TAFT-CARTER, the judge in charge of the pension reform cases in Rhode Island, has ordered the participating parties to try to solve their differences in mediation. / COURTESY WIKIMEDIA COMMONS
PROVIDENCE – Superior Court Associate Justice Sarah Taft-Carter has ordered the parties involved in the state pension reform litigation into mediation, the R.I. Judiciary announced Tuesday. According to the release, lawyers for all sides met in a pretrial conference with the judge Tuesday morning. The judge has said that the parties were in agreement to…

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