This communiqué distills the output of the experts’ deliberations at the Vancouver colloquium. While the depth of discussions obviously resulted in many subtleties which cannot be represented here, this document serves as the definitive record of the Vancouver gathering. It is organized chronologically, hewing closely to the agenda of the meeting . . . → Read More: Communiqué on the ODR and Consumers Colloquium
Annotated minutes from the 2010 ODR and Consumers Colloquium, prepared by Doug Leigh. . . . → Read More: Minutes of the 2010 ODR and Consumers Colloquium
Mediate.com Comments on a Global Cross-Border Consumer Dispute Resolution System
offering by Jim Melamed, CEO Mediate.com
These comments are in addition to those given voice at our recent Vancouver meeting.
1. The idea of soon bringing together the range of stake-holding interests makes abundant sense at this point. It would also seem wise to . . . → Read More: Jim Melamed’s Comments on the Conference
This exceptional forum, which I had the good fortune to attend, was two of the most information-intense days I have ever spent. As if that wasn’t enough, the attendees were some of the world’s keenest and most experienced minds when it comes to consumer-related ODR. I confess to leaving the forum with what could . . . → Read More: Susanna Jani’s Take-aways…
The first international conference on consumer protection and the use of technology to redress consumer complaints has finished. The forum was attended by by members of civil society from as far west as Tokyo, as far east as Cairo, as far north as Copenhagen, and as far south as Buenos Aires. Many states, languages, . . . → Read More: Thank you…
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Darin Thompson, Director – Court Reform, Business Transformation and Corporate Planning, Court Services Branch, BC Ministry of Attorney General has posted a number of excellent summaries of the sessions from the 2010 ODR and Consumers Conference on his blog:
In particular is his summary of the Keynote . . . → Read More: Summary of Proceedings by Darin Thompson
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Top 10 take-aways from the 2010 ODR and Consumers Conference in Vancouver, BC, Nov 2-3, 2010. . . . → Read More: Take-aways: International ODR and Consumers Conference – Vancouver BC
For those lawyers from British Columbia attending the conference, this is to advise that it has been approved for up to 13.5 hours of professional development credit.
You should find it on the LSBC’s PD approved course list on-line.
Arbitration Center for Internet Disputes
We are very please to announce that ADR.EU is a sponsor of the ODR and Consumers Forum. ADR.EU is the organization which handles domain name disputes for the .eu top level domain. ADR.eu is a UDRP provider.
. . . → Read More: Welcome ADR.EU