Online Dispute Resolution

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Will UNCITRAL Online Dispute Resolution Rules Work for Consumers?

The United Nations working group for online dispute resolution (ODR) of cross-border electronic commerce transactions (UNCITRAL Working Group III) met in Vienna early in November to continue its work on procedural rules for ODR. However the approach taken by the more

ADR Forum Online May 2012 – CPD

Advances in technology have made Online Dispute Resolution (ODR) a more viable solution for the parties and ADR practitioners alike. Technology has reached a level of general acceptance and will gain widespread recognition as an aide to make dispute resolution more

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 more

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  • Mediation uses a neutral third-party to bring about a voluntary resolution, and settlement. ,
  • The judge presiding over the eviction matter involving a group of Woodstock residents has recommended mediation. ,
  • Former Penn State defensive coordinator Bob Shoop and Penn State agreed to to resolve a buyout dispute. ,
  • The court in the order signed by Chief Justice Lorie Skjerven Gildea directed both parties to hire a mediator. ,
  • Court documents indicate mediation could be used to resolve the case, though previous attempts have failed. ,
  • The nonprofits serving the homeless agreed to in an effort to resolve the issues that were uncovered. ,

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