Taking Online Dispute Resolution (ODR) into the business world
21 February 2019
Thursday, 21 February
Whilst interest in ODR has grown significantly over the past decade, the growth of its development and use by industry has not been as swift as some may have predicted. Why is that the case when, fast forward to 2019, local and international Governments, as well as the court systems, are advocating for and adapting new processes on an unprecedented scale? How can we take advantage of new technologies and better connectivity? How can we bring ODR into the business world and address the challenges in doing so, in a sophisticated, yet user-friendly way, that responds to clients and dispute resolution practitioner’s needs?
Chief Operating Officer & General Counsel, Immediation
Claire Bibby is an experienced executive and General Counsel, with 25+ years’ experience practising law from within ASX, multi-nationals and private enterprises. An accredited mediator and qualified arbitrator, Claire has been recognised as one of Australia’s best lawyers and top female executives, including holding the title of the “Excellence Award for Women in Law” and “General Counsel of the Year.”
Claire is COO and General Counsel of Immediation, an on-line dispute resolution platform built by a team of Australian lawyers and dispute resolution professionals. Their first of its kind platform enables clients to resolve disputes online in a way that is simple, impartial and fast, be it via mediation, evaluation, expert determination (including an optional review panel) or arbitration.
Immediation plans to redefine the how, where and when access to justice can be achieved via ODR, with fixed fees, fixed time frames and expert, impartial neutrals.
Resolution Institute expresses appreciation to Ashurst for their support of this event.