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Local Courts Getting Tech Grants

25 mai 2016

Security improvements, website upgrades, and new self-service kiosks are among the local court technology projects selected to receive grants from the Ohio Supreme Court. Courts in Hocking, Meigs, Jackson, and Guernsey Counties are some of the local courts that will receive funding. Nearly $2.5 million will be distributed to 69 courts for 110 projects. “We […] Lire la suite

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The Future is Now

ksmouk 20 mai 2016

William Gibson coined the phrase: “The Future is already here – is just not very evenly distributed.” Well a very telling sign that the future is arrived is the appearance of a robot inside a law firm. Fortune Magazine, in an article entitled: “Meet Ross, the World’s First Robot Lawyer” states that: “Global law firm […] Lire la suite

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The 15th ODR conference – The Hague

23 mai 2016 24 mai 2016The Hague Nicolas Vermeys

For more Details & Registration DAY 1: MONDAY MAY 23 08:30-09:00  Morning coffee and registration 09:00-9:30   Welcome and introduction –  Jin Ho Verdonschot, Director HiiL Rewire Justice Technology (confirmed) & Colin Rule, Founder and COO Modria (confirmed) 9:30-10:15   Diagnosis: The need for ODR in our primary court processes – Lord Justice Fulford, Senior Presiding Judge of England and Wales (confirmed) 10:15-11.30  […] Lire la suite

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City lawyer co-founds online site for contract disputes

11 mai 2016

A City lawyer has co-founded an online dispute resolution service intended to enable small businesses and individuals in the UK to resolve contract disputes without the ‘headache’ of expensive litigation. Artem Samokhvalov The platform, called Ajuve, charges an upfront fee calculated on the amount involved in the dispute and promises to deliver binding awards in […] Lire la suite

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Blockchains and Online Dispute Resolution: Smart Contracts as an Alternative to Enforcement

5 mai 2016 Riikka Koulu

The prolific rise of cross-border transactions, e.g. e-commerce, is rapidly changing both dispute resolution and enforcement. The dominance of the Internet means that individuals are more often entering into contractual relations regardless of geographical locations or jurisdictional boundaries. Undoubtedly, the increase in online transactions has also caused an upsurge of disputes; in order to preserve […] Lire la suite