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The New Virtual Doors as the Multidoor Courthouse

Wednesday, 19th September 2019

"I am very happy to share with all of you that on October 28 – 30 I will take part on the 2019 International ODR Forum, in Williamsburg, Virginia, USA, with some of the most outstanding ODR’s thought leaders as Colin Rule, Paul Embley, Daniel Rainey, Ethan Katsh and Orna Rabinovich-Einy, among others. I will be speaking about “the Brazilian Consumer Disputes Boom and first steps in ODR/Legal analytics, conflict mapping and online dispute prevention”, together with my colleague Daniel Becker. I will share with you in first hand a highlight of the topics we will bring to the Forum.

Overall, we are going to present very interesting Brazilian initiatives for ODR being brought to the market by public and private entities related to Consumer Relations. In Brazil, we are understanding more and more how access to justice does not only mean access to the Judge. In a country with 100 million procedures waiting for trial, it is common for parties to spend years before getting an answer, not to mention the amount of money. This is why there are several initiatives for reshaping the system and accepting diverse ways for dispute resolution. We are learning, as Colin Rule stated in an recently article, that “ODR aims to make every mobile phone a point of access to justice, with algorithms dynamically directing cases toward hundreds or thousands of virtual doors available to fit each disagreement to a specifically crafted and appropriate forum for resolution.”"

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Source: Mediar360 - Dispute Resolution
Language: English
Contact: Andrea Maia

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