SPONSORED BY: UNCITRAL, the Institute of International Commercial Law of Pace Law School and Penn State Dickinson Schoo - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

slide1 n.
Download
Skip this Video
Loading SlideShow in 5 Seconds..
SPONSORED BY: UNCITRAL, the Institute of International Commercial Law of Pace Law School and Penn State Dickinson Schoo PowerPoint Presentation
Download Presentation
SPONSORED BY: UNCITRAL, the Institute of International Commercial Law of Pace Law School and Penn State Dickinson Schoo

play fullscreen
1 / 18
SPONSORED BY: UNCITRAL, the Institute of International Commercial Law of Pace Law School and Penn State Dickinson Schoo
136 Views
Download Presentation
bernad
Download Presentation

SPONSORED BY: UNCITRAL, the Institute of International Commercial Law of Pace Law School and Penn State Dickinson Schoo

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Presentation Transcript

  1. A FRESH LOOK AT ONLINE DISPUTE RESOLUTION (ODR) AND GLOBAL E-COMMERCE: TOWARD A PRACTICAL AND FAIR REDRESS SYSTEM FOR THE 21ST CENTURY TRADER (CONSUMER AND MERCHANT) SPONSORED BY: UNCITRAL, the Institute of International Commercial Law of Pace Law School and Penn State Dickinson School of Law

  2. Opening Remarks (L to R): Timothy Lemay, Louis Del Duca, Renaud Sorieul, Vikki Rogers

  3. Technology and Its Impact on B2B and B2C Transactions in the Global Market Place (L to R): Carlo Parlade, Scott Cooper, Timothy Lemay, Jeffrey Aresty, Cécile Barayre

  4. Technology and Its Impact on B2B and B2C Transactions in the Global Market Place (L to R): Carlo Parlade, Scott Cooper, Timothy Lemay

  5. Legal Framework for E-Commerce Transactions: Domestic and International (L to R): Brigitte Acoca, John Gregory, Hans Schulte-Nölke

  6. Legal Framework for E-Commerce Transactions: Domestic and International (continued) (L to R): Christine Reifa, John Gregory, Michael Dennis

  7. Legal Framework for E-Commerce Transactions: Domestic and International (continued) (L to R): Christine Reifa, John Gregory, Michael Dennis

  8. Existing Dispute Resolution Mechanisms for Cross-Border B2B and B2C Transactions: Serving State, Business and Consumer Interests? Left Photo (L to R): Takashi Enomoto, Hugh Stevenson, XU Junke, Gail Hillebrand, Charles Underhill (Michael McIlwrath on video conference line). Right photo: Takashi Enomoto.

  9. ODR and the Administration of Justice: Balancing Individual, State and Private Sector Interests in the Dispute Resolution Process (L to R): Mohamed Salah Abdel Wahab, Mary Hiscock, Sieg Eiselen, Norbert Reich, Mark MacCarthy, Thomas Schultz

  10. ODR and the Administration of Justice: Balancing Individual, State and Private Sector Interests in the Dispute Resolution Process (L to R): Norbert Reich, Mark MacCarthy, Thomas Schultz

  11. Practicalities of Establishing a Global ODR System (L to R): Soo-Geun Oh, Colin Rule, Tim Cummins , Frank Fowlie, Mirèze Philippe

  12. Practicalities of Establishing a Global ODR System (L to R): Soo-Geun Oh, Colin Rule

  13. Practicalities of Establishing a Global ODR System (L to R): Tim Cummins , Frank Fowlie, Mirèze Philippe

  14. During a break at the conference In the halls of the UN Conference Center

  15. Practicalities of Establishing a Global ODR System (continued) (L to R): Ricardo Sandoval Lopez, Tim Cummins, Julia Hörnle, Eric Caprioli

  16. Enforcement: (L to R): Tamas Molnar, Tim Cummins

  17. Enforcement: (L to R): Tamas Molnar, Tim Cummins, Hans Micklitz, Ramon Mullerat

  18. The conference concludes The plaza of the U.N. Conference Center in Vienna