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With judiciary embracing technology, time to push dispute resolution online

Experts say online dispute resolution cannot take off in India without active work from the government and the judiciary

Indian Judiciary | Supreme Court | Coronavirus

Akanshha Agrawal 

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Experts say one area that could see huge uptake is the demand for online dispute resolution

In the light of the pandemic-induced lockdown, the recently announced hearings would now take place in urgent matters through video conferencing. Legal experts see this as a spark that could usher in a large-scale infusion of technology in the justice system — a silver lining to the ominous Covid-19 pandemic cloud.



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First Published: Sun, March 29 2020. 20:47 IST