Global Trends of Online Dispute Resolution (ODR) with reference to Online Trade in Pakistan

Authors

  • Muhammed Danyal Khan Doctoral Researcher, Brunel University London College of Business, Arts and Social Sciences, Department of Politics, History and the Brunel Law School, Pakistan.
  • Serkan Kaya Doctoral Researcher, Brunel University London College of Business, Arts and Social Sciences, Department of Politics, History and the Brunel Law School, Pakistan
  • Rao Imran Habib Assistant Professor, Gillani Law College, Bahauddin Zakariya University, Multan, Pakistan

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.26710/reads.v4i2.415

Keywords:

Online Dispute Resolution (ODR), Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR), Negotiation, Arbitration, European Union (EU), UNCITRAL Technical Notes

Abstract

Online Trading in Pakistan has been rising with every passing day. State level regulation for online trade is inevitable reality. Online trade has systematically entered in Online Dispute Resolution (ODR) System that is the format of Alternate Dispute Resolution System (ADR). Many multi-national vendors such as Amazon and Alibaba are using Online Dispute Resolution mechanism to make the trade efficient and less dependent on conventional remedial systems of Civil Laws and cumbersome procedures of classical courts. Online Trade in Pakistan is a novel idea and is flourishing by every passing day. On the same time, online trade faces issues of dispute resolution. This paper will aim at introducing Online Dispute Resolution (ODR) as a model through case studies of various developed nations and international framework. Moreover, this paper will identify the prospect and limitations of Online Dispute Resolution in Pakistan.

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Published

2020-07-25

How to Cite

Muhammed Danyal Khan, Serkan Kaya, & Rao Imran Habib. (2020). Global Trends of Online Dispute Resolution (ODR) with reference to Online Trade in Pakistan. Review of Economics and Development Studies, 4(2), 303-311. https://doi.org/10.26710/reads.v4i2.415