LexisNexis India, a content-enabled solution provider, today launched Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) module for legal counsels and law firms to provide guidance notes, checklists, forms and precedents, Bureaucracy Today has learnt.
The module, which is an online workflow-based mechanism, is said to supply information on alternative dispute resolution mechanisms, domestic arbitration, arbitral hearings, institutional arbitration and prerequisites, procedures of conciliation and mediation, along with in-depth knowledge of International arbitration including conventions and country-specific laws.
According to the Senior Director of LexisNexis (Sales, Marketing and Strategy), India-South Asia, Sandeep Ganju, the module was developed in partnership with Indian firms - Luthra & Luthra, Singhania & Partners, Kanth & Associates, Singh & Associates, Trilegal, Karanjawala & Company and Argus Partners.
Ganju said, “The insight of LexisNexis, along with the expertise of the leading law firms of India, ensures the content is relevant, organized by legal topic and structured to match the way a lawyer works.”
Shreesh Chandra, Senior Director, Content Creation and Acquisition of LexisNexis here added, “Litigants in Indian court proceedings often experience significant delays and associated cost, which create hindrance in the timely delivery of justice. LexisNexis’s ADR module provides comprehensive information on the available mechanism in length.”
It issued an official statement that further said to avail this module for public viewing and subscription on its website.