Much has been written about the many benefits offered by Online Dispute Resolution (ODR) over the past decade and a half. Articles extolling ODR for being flexible, cost-efficient, convenient, cross-jurisdictional, travel-saving and so on are by now commonplace. However -  there is one advantage to ODR that I had never seen mentioned: ODR must have an extremely low level of adverse environmental impact, compared to either litigation or to traditional ADR. How can this issue play in ODR's favor? Read more here.

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