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Professor Schmitz Publishes Post on Oxford Business Law Blog

Professor Amy Schmitz recently published a blog post, “Empowering Consumers Through Global Redress Systems,” on the Oxford Business Law Blog. In the post, she discusses the fact that in today’s world of Internet contracts, there are fewer means of redress for consumers. Contracts between businesses and consumers cross many borders and if goods and services do not meet do not…

The New Handshake: Professor Schmitz Co-Writes New Book on Online Dispute Resolution

Professor Amy Schmitz recently published a book that seeks to explain how online dispute resolution (ODR) can expand access to remedies for consumers, with co-author Colin Rule, the mastermind behind the ODR systems of eBay and PayPal. In the past, when buying goods in person, deals could be sealed with a handshake. Now with the ability to buy things online…

Workshop for Private Online Dispute Resolution: Professor Schmitz Joins Meeting at Stanford University

Professor Amy Schmitz recently participated by invitation in a meeting on establishing standards for online dispute resolution at Stanford University. The Workshop for Private Online Dispute Resolution gathered e-commerce enterprise representatives, entrepreneurs, government representatives and academics to share best practices and confer to develop a framework for private international online dispute resolution.

Professor Schmitz Named Co-Chair of ABA Technology and Dispute Resolution Committee

Professor Amy Schmitz was appointed as co-chair of the American Bar Association Technology and Dispute Resolution Committee, which was recently reorganized with a focus on the intersections between dispute resolution and technology issues. It includes online dispute resolution and the future of alternative dispute resolution. Professor Schmitz is uniquely suited to serve on this committee because one area of her…

Law School Welcomes Chief Operating Officer of Modria, Inc.

Colin Rule, chief operating officer of Modria, Inc. (based in Silicon Valley) and former director of online dispute resolution at eBay and PayPal, recently visited the law school. During his visit, he assisted with simulations for mediation and negotiations in Professor Amy Schmitz’s Dispute Resolution in the Digital Age class. Rule also gave a presentation for students and faculty on…