A private, decentralized application designed to facilitate the resolution of disputes in a cost-efficient, timely, and user-friendly way.
Designed for the international dispute resolution community, by the international dispute resolution community.
Sometimes, the establishment needs to step aside to let the next promising generation create a new way forward: So it commences with entrepreneurial students at the University of Miami, combining talents of engineering, technology, and international law and arbitration [...]
As described by Max I. Raskin, a blockchain is simply a decentralized ledger for recording digital data in a verified time-stamped manner without the need for a trusted third party. Blockchain technology provides, according to Joseph Bambara, et al., more “security, traceability, and transparency of records...as well as lower operational costs.” [...]
El evento “Innovation Tecnhology and the Law”, celebrado en San José, Costa Rica, el pasado 3 de julio ha sido la excusa perfecta para reunir a practicantes locales e internacionales de arbitraje en torno al debate sobre innovación tecnológica en arbitraje y la situación de Costa Rica en relación con la práctica del arbitraje internacional. [...]
International arbitration lawyers may not be known for their technological acumen, but say the word "blockchain" and you're likely to have their full attention. Originally associated with bitcoin, blockchain has the potential to help lawyers and arbitral institutions achieve the everelusive goal of quicker and less expensive proceedings by eliminating so many of the tedious and protracted trappings of traditional arbitral proceedings [...]
A first-of-its-kind blockchain application being developed specifically for the international dispute resolution community, which is set to be unveiled Wednesday at a conference in Brazil, could help make international arbitration quicker and less expensive, according to the startup behind the project [...]
A Miami-based start-up is using blockchain technology to reduce the duration and cost of international dispute resolution, while a working group was formed to look at how arbitral institutions need to adapt to the blockchain era [...]
A student in Miami Law’s international arbitration program introduced the first blockchain application specifically designed to improve the processes of international conflict resolution at a UM-organized conference in Brazil last week [...]
A resolução de conflitos no início da Quarta Revolução Industrial foi o tema da conferência Blockchain ADR Revealed, que aconteceu na manhã de hoje, 14 de março, no Auditório István Jancsó, no complexo da Biblioteca Brasiliana Guita e José Mindlin, em São Paulo [...]