A Legal Blog by Prerna Foundation

Category New Development

Ethics of Online Dispute Resolution (ODR)

The origin of Online Dispute Resolution can be traced back to the early 1990’s, a period of significant changes in the online environment. In 1996, the first articles on ADR were published, there were several conferences sponsored which aims at… Continue Reading →

ONLINE DISPUTE RESOLUTION (ODR): AN EMERGING TREND IN DISPUTE RESOLUTION MECHANISM.

Online dispute resolution as the name suggests is a method of dispute resolution which uses technology to settle dispute between the parties. It is a fusion of Alternative Dispute Resolution methods and Information and communication technology.The advent of the information… Continue Reading →

Ethics and Law in cyberspace

Mrs. Shobha Kumar, a quintessential middle class Indian lady had uploaded some of her personal health details and medical test reports on an internet medical website for assistance in her health matter. The matter has been attended by the website,… Continue Reading →

ADR and Cybersecurity

Today, as we speak about ADR (Alternate Dispute Resolution), which refers to the set of methods that help parties settle their conflicts outside the court, we see the changed patterns of operation of such processes. Due to the COVID 19… Continue Reading →

Online Dating

Is online dating dangerous? Should rules and policies be made stricter by dating sites? Abstract In this paper, we examine the behaviors and experiences of people who use online dating and how they may or may not address risk in… Continue Reading →

Reasons why startups should choose mediation over litigation

The significance of mediation over litigation has been emphasized in various situations. The perks of mediation and other mechanisms of ADR makes way for private and flexible settlement of disputes. The sudden halt of the judicial system during this pandemic… Continue Reading →

Artificial Intelligence in Justice

In the rising worldwide – interest[i] in the capacities of groundbreaking innovations, for example, man-made reasoning (AI), and the Indian legal executive guided its coming a year ago. During his discourse[ii]on the National Constitution Day (November 26), the Chief Justice… Continue Reading →

Technology, Ethics and Access to Justice

INTRODUCTION During a period of U.S. spending cuts, famously known as the “sequester[1],” court frameworks all over the country are confronting monetary shortfalls[2]. Small cases courts are no exception[3]. Among the most noticeably awful hit states is California, which is… Continue Reading →

© 2021 Lawful Talks — Powered by WordPress

Theme by Anders NorenUp ↑