Sunday, November 15, 2009


Judicial reforms in India are urgently required. The best option seems to be to use alternative disputer resolution (ADR) methods along with a pro-active use of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) for earlier and effective dispute resolution. At this stage we need to change gears from traditional ADR to the contemporary Online Dispute Resolution (ODR) methods.

Perry4Law has been privileged to learn about ADR and ODR from World renowned Institutions and Organisations like World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO), ODR Info, etc. Both these institutions are World renowned in the field of ADR and ODR and have tremendous say and impact upon these crucial areas. Perry4Law is also proud to have its Partner(s) as ADR and ODR Panelists at WIPO, FICCI, ODR India, etc.

In the Indian context, although ADR has been in use for many years ODR has yet to find a place in the legal and judicial arenas. Further, with a growing use of International Commercial Arbitration, ODR holds a good scope in resolving commercial disputes involving higher stakes. These commercial disputes cannot be lingered on for many years as usually happen in case the same is agitated through the traditional litigation process.

A unique fact about the ADR and ODR services of Perry4Law is that it is the First and Exclusive Techno-Legal ICT Law Firm of India and one of the few in the World. Being a “Highly Specialised” Techno-Legal Firm it can also manage those “Technical ICT Disputes” which other may find very difficult to understand.

Perry4Law provide Techno-Legal ADR and ODR Service for “Various Fields”. Interested Individuals, Companies and Organisations must consult the “Contact Point” of Perry4Law to avail its ADR/ODR and other Techno-Legal Services.

Arbitrators, Mediators and Conciliators who are interested in becoming an ADR or ODR Provider/Panelist for Perry4Law must also send an e-mail to express their interest. Panel selection would be governed by the rules and regulations provided separately by Perry4Law to the Panelists.