Posted by: Editor LNAV | November 16, 2009

Online Dispute Resolution Services Must Be Adopted In India

Perry4Law has been streamlining the Alternative Dispute Resolution and Online Dispute Resolution field in India for the past many years. It services are techno-legal in nature and can accommodate highly specialised and domain specific fields.

DOING BUSINESS using e-commerce and e-governance is not always hassle and dispute free. We need alternative dispute resolution (ADR) and online dispute resolution (ODR) mechanism to resolve these disputes easily, economically and in a timely manner. Further, with the amendment in the sole cyber law of India, ie, Information Technology Act 2000 (IT Act 2000) through the Information Technology Act 2008 (IT Act 2008), stringent requirements of observing ‘due diligence’ would also arise. This has the potential for both civil and criminal disputes and liabilities. The traditional litigation system may not prove effective in these varied situations and ADR and ODR can be used effectively in these situations.

Perry4Law has been streamlining the ADR and ODR field in India for the past many years. It Services in this regard are Techno-Legal in nature and can accommodate highly specialised and domain specific fields.

Perry4Law is in the process of further rejuvenating its ADR and ODR initiatives. All Companies, Individuals, Organisations, etc may visit the “Contact Point” of Perry4Law for its Techno-Legal ADR and ODR services and can avoid decades long time consuming litigation method.

Arbitrators, Mediators and Conciliators who are interested in becoming an ADR or ODR Provider/Panelist for Perry4Law must also send an e-mail to express their interest. Panel selection would be governed by the rules and regulations provided separately by Perry4Law to the Panelists.

AUTHOR: SHAYAM PRASAD

SOURCE:
MERINEWS

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