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2012: The Move to Online Dispute Resolution

In the beginning of each year, there is always a clamor to know what is in store for the next 12 months.

Some will look at last year and make a string of resolutions and predictions. Alternative Dispute Resolution has continued to grow globally as an established solution to conflicts, while ODR is also now gaining ground as a proven solution to the widespread recognition that technology is an aide in dispute settlement.

This article brings about the take of the author on the trends in 2012 that will shape Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) and Online Dispute Resolution (ODR).


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