Wednesday 19 December 2012

Dispute Resolution In Cyber World Of India

Dispute resolution in cyber world is a difficult task. This is so because laws of various jurisdictions may be applicable to a single dispute. At the same time, dispute resolution in cyber world is also very cost effective and instant in nature.

Dispute resolution in cyber world of India is still not developed. For instance, online dispute resolution (ODR) in India and e-courts in India are still missing. In fact, dispute resolution in cyber world of India is an essential part of legal enablement of ICT system of India.

Perry4Law and Perry4Law’s Techno Legal Base (PTLB) have been providing pioneer services in the field of dispute resolution in cyber world. Further, domain name dispute resolution service providers in India and abroad are also involved in dispute resolution in cyber world.

Perry4Law and PTLB have also launched some dedicated initiatives in the fields of e-courts and ODR. These are as follows:

(1) Electronic Courts: This initiative would provide e-courts services to national and international organisations, governments, companies, individuals, etc. At this platform you would be able to resolve your disputes through use of techno legal methods and procedures.

(2) E-Judiciary: This initiative would provide research, policy formulations, training, consultancy, project execution support, etc to various national and international stakeholders. It would cover areas like e-courts, e-judiciary, legal enablement of ICT in courts and judiciary, etc.

(3) ODR India: This is an India specific platform that would resolve various inter party disputes in an online environment. Techno legal methods and procedures would be used to resolve various disputes through Arbitration, Conciliation, Mediation and other similar methods.

(4) Online Arbitration: This initiative would provide ODR services to world at large. Individuals, organisations, companies, etc may resolve their disputes through this platform by using our techno legal dispute resolution services.

India needs to adopt ODR and establish e-courts to strengthen its judicial system. Further, establishment of e-courts in India and ODR capabilities would further benefit litigants and parties to the dispute. We hope our initiatives would prove useful to all the stakeholders.

Online Dispute Resolution (ODR) Centre Of India