Covid-19 speeds up the move to online dispute resolution
Consumer Code for Online Dispute Resolution’s web-based business could save money and offer more options to all parties
The Covid-19 pandemic has made life particularly challenging for the legal sector, but it has allowed one company to focus attention on its new online service.
Consumer Code for Online Dispute Resolution (CCODR) was in the process of being set up before coronavirus and Covid-19 became everyday terms. The business is creating an online subscription platform for dispute resolution that could reduce the costs for all those involved in mediation processes while expanding the options...
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