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Enhanced Dispute Resolution Through the Use of Information Technology :

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Enhanced Dispute Resolution Through the Use of Information Technology :
Title
Enhanced Dispute Resolution Through the Use of Information Technology :
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Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
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Lodder, Arno R
Dewey number
323.6
LC call number
K2390 .L63 2010
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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Zeleznikow, John
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  • Dispute resolution (Law)
  • Dispute resolution (Law) -- Automation
  • Electronic books. -- local
Label
Enhanced Dispute Resolution Through the Use of Information Technology :
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Publication
Copyright
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Cover -- Half-title -- Copyright -- Preface -- 1 Introduction -- 1.1 Fundamentals of dispute resolution -- 1.1.1 Negotiation -- 1.1.2 Mediation -- 1.1.3 Arbitration -- 1.1.4 Litigation -- 1.2 Fairness and justice in Alternative Dispute Resolution -- 1.3 How information technology can support dispute resolution -- 1.4 The benefits of using information technology to support dispute resolution -- 1.5 Who should read this book -- 1.6 Outline of the book -- 2 Norms for the use of technology in dispute resolution -- 2.1 Introduction -- 2.2 Literature on norms for Online Dispute Resolution -- 2.3 Very general: fair-trial principle -- 2.4 Norms for Alternative Dispute Resolution providers -- 2.4.1 The European Union 1998 Recommendation on Arbitration -- 2.4.2 The European Union 2001 Recommendation on Mediation -- 2.4.3 The European Union 2008 Mediation Directive -- 2.5 General legal requirements relating to online services -- 2.5.1 European Union Directive 2000/31/EC on electronic commerce -- 2.5.2 European Directive 97/7/EC on distance selling -- 2.6 Requirements specifically drafted for ODR providers -- 2.7 Conclusion -- 3 Developing dispute resolution processes -- 3.1 Principles and theory of negotiation -- 3.1.1 Negotiation analysis -- 3.1.2 Principled Negotiation -- 3.1.3 Developing BATNAs -- 3.1.4 Using BATNAs to minimise optimistic overconfidence and reactive devaluation -- 3.1.5 A checklist for negotiators -- 3.2 Using bargaining and game theory to provide negotiation decision support -- 3.2.1 Game theory and utility functions -- 3.2.2 Cake-cutting and fair division -- 3.3 Negotiation and risk management -- 3.4 Interest, justice and power-based negotiation -- 3.5 Developing negotiation decision support systems that promote constructive relationships following disputes
  • 3.6 Negotiation planning - developing decision support systems that help avoid rather than settle disputes -- 3.7 Examples of negotiation decision support -- 3.7.1 Australian family law and mediation -- Australian family law -- Australian family dispute resolution -- 3.7.2 Damages claims -- 3.7.3 Business-consumer disputes -- 3.7.4 Industrial relations -- 3.7.5 Bargaining about charges and pleas -- 3.7.6 Condominium disputes -- 4 Technologies for supporting dispute resolution -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 Basic technology: synchronous and asynchronous -- 4.3 The major Online Dispute Resolution providers -- 4.3.1 The ICANN UDRP -- 4.3.2 Cybersettle -- 4.3.3 SquareTrade and eBay -- 4.4 The fourth party - the technology -- 4.5 The fifth party - the provider of the information technology -- 4.6 The nature of the technology used -- 4.7 When the third, fourth and fifth parties coincide -- 4.8 Matching technology with the process -- 5 Advanced intelligent technologies for dispute resolution -- 5.1 Intelligent decision support -- 5.2 Template-based negotiation support systems -- 5.3 Negotiation support systems based upon bargaining and game theory -- 5.3.1 Adjusted Winner -- 5.3.2 Smartsettle -- 5.3.3 Family_Winner -- 5.4 Artificial intelligence and negotiation support systems -- 5.4.1 The Split-Up system -- 5.4.2 Split-Up as a negotiation support system -- 5.5 Extending interest-based bargaining -- 5.5.1 The Family_Mediator system -- 5.5.2 The AssetDivider system -- 5.5.3 The Australian Telephone Dispute Resolution Service -- 5.5.4 The Australian Online Family Dispute Resolution Service -- 5.6 The BEST-project: BATNA establishment using semantic web technology -- 5.7 InterNeg/INSPIRE -- 5.8 GearBi -- 5.9 Plea-bargaining -- 6 A three-step model for Online Dispute Resolution -- 6.1 The three-step model -- 6.2 BATNA establishment -- 6.3 Rational communication
  • 6.3.1 Lodder's approach to argumentation and negotiation -- 6.3.2 Using the argument tool: an example involving family law -- 6.4 Game theoretic decision support -- 6.5 The integrated system -- 6.5.1 Resolving disputes through dialogues -- 6.5.2 Negotiation support through the use of compensation strategies and trade-offs -- 6.5.3 The outcome of the dispute resolution process -- 6.6 Principles of fair negotiation -- 6.6.1 Transparency -- Transparency in negotiation processes -- Transparency and discovery -- 6.6.2 Using bargaining in the shadow of the law in negotiation -- 6.6.3 The negatives in using transparency and bargaining in the shadow of the law for negotiation support -- 7 Future prospects -- Glossary -- Bibliography -- Index
Control code
UMKCLawddaEBC554748
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (220 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780511786709
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Note
UMKC Law: DDA record.
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (MiAaPQ)EBC554748
  • (Au-PeEL)EBL554748
  • (CaPaEBR)ebr10406689
  • (OCoLC)651601531
Label
Enhanced Dispute Resolution Through the Use of Information Technology :
Publication
Copyright
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Cover -- Half-title -- Copyright -- Preface -- 1 Introduction -- 1.1 Fundamentals of dispute resolution -- 1.1.1 Negotiation -- 1.1.2 Mediation -- 1.1.3 Arbitration -- 1.1.4 Litigation -- 1.2 Fairness and justice in Alternative Dispute Resolution -- 1.3 How information technology can support dispute resolution -- 1.4 The benefits of using information technology to support dispute resolution -- 1.5 Who should read this book -- 1.6 Outline of the book -- 2 Norms for the use of technology in dispute resolution -- 2.1 Introduction -- 2.2 Literature on norms for Online Dispute Resolution -- 2.3 Very general: fair-trial principle -- 2.4 Norms for Alternative Dispute Resolution providers -- 2.4.1 The European Union 1998 Recommendation on Arbitration -- 2.4.2 The European Union 2001 Recommendation on Mediation -- 2.4.3 The European Union 2008 Mediation Directive -- 2.5 General legal requirements relating to online services -- 2.5.1 European Union Directive 2000/31/EC on electronic commerce -- 2.5.2 European Directive 97/7/EC on distance selling -- 2.6 Requirements specifically drafted for ODR providers -- 2.7 Conclusion -- 3 Developing dispute resolution processes -- 3.1 Principles and theory of negotiation -- 3.1.1 Negotiation analysis -- 3.1.2 Principled Negotiation -- 3.1.3 Developing BATNAs -- 3.1.4 Using BATNAs to minimise optimistic overconfidence and reactive devaluation -- 3.1.5 A checklist for negotiators -- 3.2 Using bargaining and game theory to provide negotiation decision support -- 3.2.1 Game theory and utility functions -- 3.2.2 Cake-cutting and fair division -- 3.3 Negotiation and risk management -- 3.4 Interest, justice and power-based negotiation -- 3.5 Developing negotiation decision support systems that promote constructive relationships following disputes
  • 3.6 Negotiation planning - developing decision support systems that help avoid rather than settle disputes -- 3.7 Examples of negotiation decision support -- 3.7.1 Australian family law and mediation -- Australian family law -- Australian family dispute resolution -- 3.7.2 Damages claims -- 3.7.3 Business-consumer disputes -- 3.7.4 Industrial relations -- 3.7.5 Bargaining about charges and pleas -- 3.7.6 Condominium disputes -- 4 Technologies for supporting dispute resolution -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 Basic technology: synchronous and asynchronous -- 4.3 The major Online Dispute Resolution providers -- 4.3.1 The ICANN UDRP -- 4.3.2 Cybersettle -- 4.3.3 SquareTrade and eBay -- 4.4 The fourth party - the technology -- 4.5 The fifth party - the provider of the information technology -- 4.6 The nature of the technology used -- 4.7 When the third, fourth and fifth parties coincide -- 4.8 Matching technology with the process -- 5 Advanced intelligent technologies for dispute resolution -- 5.1 Intelligent decision support -- 5.2 Template-based negotiation support systems -- 5.3 Negotiation support systems based upon bargaining and game theory -- 5.3.1 Adjusted Winner -- 5.3.2 Smartsettle -- 5.3.3 Family_Winner -- 5.4 Artificial intelligence and negotiation support systems -- 5.4.1 The Split-Up system -- 5.4.2 Split-Up as a negotiation support system -- 5.5 Extending interest-based bargaining -- 5.5.1 The Family_Mediator system -- 5.5.2 The AssetDivider system -- 5.5.3 The Australian Telephone Dispute Resolution Service -- 5.5.4 The Australian Online Family Dispute Resolution Service -- 5.6 The BEST-project: BATNA establishment using semantic web technology -- 5.7 InterNeg/INSPIRE -- 5.8 GearBi -- 5.9 Plea-bargaining -- 6 A three-step model for Online Dispute Resolution -- 6.1 The three-step model -- 6.2 BATNA establishment -- 6.3 Rational communication
  • 6.3.1 Lodder's approach to argumentation and negotiation -- 6.3.2 Using the argument tool: an example involving family law -- 6.4 Game theoretic decision support -- 6.5 The integrated system -- 6.5.1 Resolving disputes through dialogues -- 6.5.2 Negotiation support through the use of compensation strategies and trade-offs -- 6.5.3 The outcome of the dispute resolution process -- 6.6 Principles of fair negotiation -- 6.6.1 Transparency -- Transparency in negotiation processes -- Transparency and discovery -- 6.6.2 Using bargaining in the shadow of the law in negotiation -- 6.6.3 The negatives in using transparency and bargaining in the shadow of the law for negotiation support -- 7 Future prospects -- Glossary -- Bibliography -- Index
Control code
UMKCLawddaEBC554748
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (220 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780511786709
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Note
UMKC Law: DDA record.
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (MiAaPQ)EBC554748
  • (Au-PeEL)EBL554748
  • (CaPaEBR)ebr10406689
  • (OCoLC)651601531

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