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Online Dispute Resolution: Technology, Management and Legal Practice from an International Perspective


ISBN13: 9781843345190
Published: October 2008
Publisher: Chandos Publishing
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £42.50



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This book helps lawyers, practitioners, legislators and students understand and cope with the challenges of e-commerce, and to learn about the most up-to-date technology and regulation of Online Dispute Resolution (ODR).

It introduces different forms of online dispute resolution, against the background of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) developments in the off-line environment; crucially, it examines the current technology and legal status of ODR in the EU, US, Asia and Australia, and discusses the relations between the various parties in dispute resolutions, especially the Fifth party for the provider of the technology.

It further analyses the four most successful examples, such as Michigan Cybercourt, WIPO-UDRP, eBay-SquareTrade and AAA-CyberSettle. Finally, a proposal for resolving e-contract disputes via ODR is provided, and a code of conduct recommended in order to regulate the electronic commerce market.

  • Is based on exclusive research and up-to-date best practices within the online dispute resolution field
  • Is simple and clear with an in-depth analysis and of a wide range of topics such as technology, management and law
  • Provides practical solutions to real-world problems with a proposal of core principles and codes of conduct, which is of great value in academia and legislative organizations such as the European Commission and UNCITRAL

Subjects:
Arbitration and Dispute Resolution
Contents:
Background: development of electronic commerce and dispute resolution
The context of ODR: The current legal environment of ODR
Analysis: learning from successful experiences
The future of ODR
Conclusions and recommendations.