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Online Dispute Resolution


Data Law Limited

Summary

Price
£72 inc VAT
Or £24.00/mo. for 3 months...
Study method
Online, self-paced
Duration
1 hour
Qualification
No formal qualification
Additional info
  • Tutor is available to students

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Overview

Learning Outcomes

  • On completion of this course you will have a greater understanding of the following: The Objective of the New Directive Purpose & Scope of the New Directive on Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) for Consumer Disputes ADR Entities ADR Entities (Art. 5) Ability to Refuse to Deal with a Dispute (Art. 5.4) Transparency (Art. 7) ADR Procedures Effectiveness Fairness in Procedures Solutions Liberty (Art. 10) Legality (Art. 11) Information & Cooperation General Matters Competent Authorities Penalties Reports Regulation No. 524/2013 On Online Dispute Resolution for Consumers Purpose and Scope The ODR Platform Testing (Art. 6) Contact Points (Art. 7) Complaints (Art. 8 & 9) Resolution (Art. 10) Consumer Information Penalties (Art. 18) Reports Entry into Force

What is the target audience?

  • All Litigators

Description

Online dispute resolution (ODR) is a type of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) which uses technologies to facilitate the resolution of disputes between parties. Like all mediation it principally involves negotiation, mediation and arbitration or a combination of all 3 methods.

ODR can be applied to a range of disputes; both personal and business. This course, delivered by experienced lecturer Daniel Williams, will examine the various uses for ODR; particularly in respect of customer purchases which has seen the greatest growth, and thereby advancement, in this area.

In addition, this course will also ensure that viewers are aware of the impact which ODR may have on them and their practices in the future.

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