ONLINE DISPUTE RESOLUTION:
RESOURCES SAVED, JUSTICE SERVED
January 18, 2018
9:00 AM Hawaii Time
This webinar will provide an introduction to court-connected online dispute resolution through a firsthand perspective from the Franklin County Municipal Court and its online dispute resolution (ODR) platform provider, Matterhorn by Court Innovations
In 2017, the Ohio State Bar Association recognized the Franklin County Municipal Court for Judicial Innovation for its online dispute resolution program.
This webinar will interest people involved with court-connected dispute resolution, including judges, court administrators, mediators, and attorneys. At the end of the webinar, participants will be able to:
- Define court-connected online dispute resolution, including the who, what, where, when, why and how of ODR
- Determine whether court-connected online dispute resolution is appropriate for their court
- Identify steps to implement a court-connected online dispute resolution program
- Forecast the project scale, procurement steps and benefits of ODR
Presenters: Alex Sanchez, Esq. and MJ Cartwright.
Alex Sanchez, Esq. is Manager of Small Claims and Dispute Resolution at the Franklin County Municipal Court. Alex mediates all civil case types for the court.
Prior to joining the municipal court, Alex worked with the State of Ohio, The Ohio State University, and nonprofit organizations across the country.
In his spare time, Alex serves as an officer for a large private foundation that awards more than a quarter-million dollars annually through an international student STEM competition. Alex is a graduate of the Ohio State University Moritz College of Law and received his undergraduate degree from Loyola Marymount University.
MJ Cartwright leads all aspects of the online dispute resolution company Court Innovations. Matterhorn by Court Innovations provides meaningful, usable, and fair solutions that expand online and mobile access to our courts for all citizens: “go to court” without going to court.
MJ builds teams and businesses to develop powerful, disruptive solutions that solve industry problems, produce irrefutable outcomes, and leverage developing
She has led technology initiatives in many different industries including: manufacturing, education and training, healthcare, and medical devices. Now she brings her expertise to the judicial ecosystem – working with Court Innovations’ founder University of Michigan Law Professor J.J. Prescott, courts, other stakeholders, and citizens to implement solutions that directly impact today’s issues.
WHEN AND HOW
This 1-hour webinar will take place Thursday, January 2018 at 2:00pm Eastern Time (11:00am Pacific Time | 1:00pm Central Time). You can attend this webinar with a PC, Mac, iPad, iPhone, Android tablet or smartphone.
Admission is Free, but seating is limited. To register click the button below. If you have any questions send an email to Giuseppe Leone or call him at (808) 383-4117.