Digital dispute resolution rules to facilitate rapid and cost-effective resolution of disputes involving novel digital technologies
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Digital dispute resolution rules to facilitate rapid and cost-effective resolution of disputes involving novel digital technologies

While some saw the development of products using blockchain technology leading to the demise of disputes, the reality is that disputes in the arena of digital technology are increasing in number. Lawtech’s UK Jurisdiction Taskforce (UKJT) has recognised that these disputes require a flexible and efficient means of resolution. The UKJT has published its Digital Dispute Resolution Rules which are designed to be used for and incorporated into on chain digital relationships and smart contracts. To find out more about the Rules and to read our summary of them click here

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Jeremy Sharman
Jeremy Sharman
United Kingdom
I am co-head of the Dispute Resolution Group in London, and bring many years' experience of advising clients on a wide range of commercial disputes and risk management issues, often with an international element.
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Priyan Meewella
Priyan Meewella
United Kingdom
I'm a senior associate in the Dispute Resolution Group in London. I specialise in working with technology and energy businesses around the world to find innovative solutions to complicated and challenging commercial problems.
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Jessica Quinlan
Jessica Quinlan
United Kingdom
I am an associate in London's Dispute Resolution team, where I advise UK and international clients on a range of contentious matters.
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