This definition appears very rarely
and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
- Business, finance, etc.
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Samples in periodicals archive:
com, Inc, provider of the world's leading online dispute resolution (ODR) platform, today announced that the Ohio Board of Tax Appeals (BTA) has launched a new online resolution center for tax appeals, powered by Modria Resolution Center.
Small businesses in a dispute are set to benefit from the launch today of Dispute Support, a new online dispute resolution information and referral tool.
The third section, which focuses on dispute resolution, examines factors for the determination of internet jurisdiction and applicable law in cases of choice and the absence of parties' choice, discussing the pressure of new technologies on the validity of jurisdiction and applicable law clauses for electronic commercial contracts and how legal barriers can be removed, also arguing that online dispute resolution can be developed as a first resort for civil and commercial internet-related disputes before court litigation and traditional alternative dispute resolution.
Owen used an online dispute resolution procedure under which he had to pass three tests, establishing that:
The book, based on the author's doctoral thesis, examines the relations between electronic commerce regulation on the one hand and online dispute resolution on the other.
EIPP with netting enables subsidiaries to send and receive invoices to and from each other and take advantage of online dispute resolution capabilities to resolve issues.
An online dispute resolution service is being marketed to insurers.
The automated processing, online dispute resolution tools, and electronic payments that Syncada provides allow growing companies to maintain contracted terms, gain timely visibility to spend, and preserve positive business relations with suppliers.