In case you haven’t seen, you can now register for the Alternate Dispute Resolution conference of the year – it will run 9 & 10 NOVEMBER 2022 at WOLFSON COLLEGE, OXFORD.
Keynote: Modernisation of Regulation of Business Practice and of Dispute Resolution
Professor Emeritus Christopher Hodges OBE, Oxford University
Current and Forthcoming European ADR Framework
Professor Stefaan Voet, KU Leuven
Access: How to improve consumer and small business access to information and assistance?
Chaired by Professor Naomi Creutzfeldt (Kent Law School, UK)
Intro by Katelijne Exelmans (Chair of the Belgian Consumer Mediation Service)
Chair: Lewis Shand Smith (Chair of the Business Banking Resolution Service, UK)
Intro by Matt Vickers (Chief Executive and Chief Ombudsman at Ombudsman Services, UK)
Procedure for Users
Chair: Eline Verhage (Leiden University, the Netherlands and independent ADR consultant)
Intro by Dr Alexandre Biard (BEUC)
Is ODR going to replace courts and ADR?
What developments have occurred in ADR/Ombudsmen?
Chair: Professor Fernando Esteban de la Rosa (Research Unit of Excellence Digital Society: Security and Protection of Rights, University of Granada)
Intro by Professor Orna Rabinovich (University of Haifa, Israel and Affiliate Academic, UCL Faculty of Laws)
Feedback and Affecting Behaviour
Chair: Diana Wallis (honorary fellow CSLS, honorary fellow law VUB, former Member and Vice-President of the European Parliament)
Intro by Prof Christopher Hodges OBE (Oxford University, UK)
JOINING UP THE DISPUTE RESOLUTION LANDSCAPE
Chair: Professor Emeritus Christopher Hodges OBE
Keynote: The Rt Hon Sir Geoffrey Vos, Master of the Rolls (the unified Online Court Model in the UK)
Respondents: Professor Burkhard Hess (Director Max Planck Institute for Procedural Law, Luxembourg), Professor Xandra Kramer (Erasmus University Rotterdam, Utrecht University, the Netherlands), Professor John Sorabji (University College London, UK), Professor Alan Uzelac (University of Zagreb, Croatia), Dr Magdalena Tulibacka (Emory University School of Law)
The Future of Consumer Dispute Resolution
Ms Marie-Paule Benassi (Head of Unit Consumer enforcement and redress) via video link