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ATTORNEY REFERRAL LISTING The Maine Human Rights Commission has established this informational list which is available to all Complainants and Respondents who have cases pending with the Commission. This list does not represent endorsement by the Commission. Its purpose is to inform parties of attorneys that have expressed an interest in handling employment discrimination cases.
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SEXUAL HARASSMENT TRAINER The Maine Human Rights Commission has established referral listings for informational purposes as a service to employees, employers, and their representative groups, as well as community organizations and other members of the general public, seeking trainers in Maine. Those listed have contacted the Commission seeking to be included on this referral listing. This list does not represent endorsement by the Commission. Its purpose is to inform parties of trainers that have expressed an interest in providing employment discrimination training. Inquiries should be made directly to those listed to obtain details about their services.
SEXUAL HARASSMENT TRAINERS(PDF)
MODEL LEASE AGREEMENT In 1989 the Maine Legislature authorized the Attorney General to write and distribute model lease. In 2014, the Maine Human Rights Commission received a grant to modify the lease to raise awareness of issues specific to the Maine Human Rights Act and the Disabilities Rights Act. This latest version of a model lease was developed by the Maine Attorney General and the Maine Human Rights Commission to provide landlords and tenants with an example that is both reasonable and understandable. It is intended as a teaching tool that provides basic information about the law and raises awareness of areas where further research is advisable. It does not include all of the laws applicable to landlords and tenants.This model lease does not represent endorsement by the Commission. MODEL LEASE AGREEMENT (HTML)
MEDIATION The Maine Human Rights Commission offers a low-cost and highly-effective Third Party Neutral Mediation Program offering mediators with expertise in MHRC matters; more information about our program is available at http://www.maine.gov/mhrc/mediation/mediation.htm. For parties who may wish to use a private mediation service, the Maine Association of Mediators provides information about mediation and a roster of its members, with information on each mediator’s credentials and experience, available at www.mainemediators.org. Users of the Maine Association of Mediators website are able to refine their search for mediators by geographic area and areas of expertise, such as employment matters. The link to the roster of mediators accessible on the Maine Association of Mediators’ website does not represent endorsement by the Commission.
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