March 27, 2023

ODR will work with the burden of legal process, the means will be convenient. ODR will work with the burden of legal process, the way will be convenient

Former NITI Aayog CEO Amitabh, SEBI Executive Director Pramod Rao, NCTDR Director Ethan Cutts and many dignitaries were present. All expressed their views on the role of ODR.

Bangalore: National Technology and Dispute Resolution Center (NCTDR) organized the 22nd edition of the International ODR Forum on 17 and 18 March 2023. The event was held at the International Center in Bangalore, Silicon Valley, India. The event was attended by 250 influential people from various fields including business, government and society. Integrating networks, connecting experts and innovative thinkers on ways to advance Online Dispute Resolution (ODR).

Amitabh, former CEO of Niti Aayog, Executive Director of SEBI Pramod Rao, Director of NCTDR Ethan Katsh among many dignitaries were present on the occasion. All the speakers gave their views on the role of ODR. We tell you that on March 17, at the ODR Innovation Pop-up, many organizations and initiatives demonstrated on online disputes. At the same innovation pop-up, Jupitis, the world’s first and only Justice Technology (Justec) company showcased its various ODR tools.

Discuss online dispute resolution

Meanwhile, Jupitis has also launched its AI bot “Saya”. The two-day event was packed with various panel discussions on the ODR scenario. The March 18 session, ODR by State: A Learning Circle discussed the importance of online dispute resolution by state governments and state legal services.

Raman Aggarwal, founder and CEO of Jupiters, describes data as a major currency. Emphasizing on organization and analysis, he said, the data is left to third parties. That element is located, and we’re destroying our data. He said that the root cause should be looked at and primary analysis of that data should be done and better policies and legislative amendments should be brought out.

‘Could Support Judiciary’

He also said that we should have a technology that can support the judiciary, we should have a technology that can support the quasi-judiciary, we should have a technology that can support the regional judiciary across the board. Infosys co-founder Nandan Nilekani said that India is currently facing a large number of pending cases in Indian courts. 4.3 crore cases are pending in district courts and 3.5 lakh cases are awaiting their turn in high courts. However, 70,000 cases are awaiting final decision in the Supreme Court.

He said that ODR is an affordable, cheap and convenient way to resolve disputes and seek justice without the burden and expense of legal proceedings. As the largest democracy globally, India has a responsibility to take the lead in advancing online dispute resolution and has already made significant progress in this area.

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