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Dispute Resolution Data is on the Shortlist for a GAR Global Award

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UPDATE: Voting is now open, click the image to the left to access the ballot. Dispute Resolution Data (DRD), an online data subscription service providing the first ever access to closed international arbitration and mediation process information, has been nominated by Global Arbitration Review (GAR) for the “Best Innovation in the Field of International Arbitration”.

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DRD Data for Law School and University Research Libraries

The combined data reposing in Dispute Resolution Data (DRD) reports is of interest to an increasing number of outstanding law schools, including most recently Columbia University’s Arthur W. Diamond Law Library.  Both students and professors find the data from international commercial transactions to be informative regarding arbitration and mediation processes, and a solid basis for heretofore untapped research in examining dispute resolution geographic outcome differences, and ADR comparisons to forms of traditional litigation, among many other learning and research possibilities.

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Keeping Abreast of Arbitration and Mediation with Technology Enhancements

Dispute Resolution Data’s software team works continuously to integrate user feedback into the DRD application, and strives to meet the needs of a dynamic, global field. Thanks to continued feedback from our industry partners and end users, recent months have kept our software team busy. We are pleased to report on several enhancements that facilitate end user experience, broaden data collection methods, and focus on increased functionality.

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Contributor Spotlight: CEDR

DRD is pleased to have the Centre for Effective Dispute Resolution as a data contributor. For this interview, we spoke with Graham Massie, Chief Operating Officer, to hear his thoughts on his institution and being a data contributor.

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