MELBOURNE, Australia and WOODLAND HILLS, Calif. – May 4, 2023 – Immediation, a fully configurable, holistic, online dispute resolution platform, and The International Institute for Conflict Prevention & Resolution (CPR), a global non-profit organization that helps others manage conflict so that they might better pursue their purpose, and its subsidiary CPR Dispute Resolution, today announced the debut of CPR Dispute Resolution’s Complete Case platform built and custom configured by Immediation. The white-labeled, bespoke online case platform—the first of its kind for arbitration--features 20 functional elements and was completed after a comprehensive 12-month implementation.
Immediation custom configured its platform with a set of features designed to meet the needs of CPR Dispute Resolution’s 600+ mediators and arbitrators to handle matters more effectively and efficiently. These features include neutral selection and management, highly secure communications among neutrals and parties, streamlined online case intake management, simplified reporting, detailed case analysis, and integrated video conferencing for case proceedings.
“CPR Dispute Resolution is a pioneer in the arbitration community as well as an industry-leading dispute management provider. We’re proud to join with CPR and bring its vision to life and support its mission through expanded digital capabilities,” said Anthony Rule, Chief Financial Officer, Immediation. “We are excited to continue our collaboration with CPR to bring new and enhanced capabilities that improve the efficiency, effectiveness and security of dispute resolution for CPR’s neutrals and parties seeking to resolve their disputes.”
CPR Dispute Resolution is a leading international alternative dispute resolution provider for business-to-business and employment disputes. Its Distinguished Neutrals hail from 35 countries.
“We’re excited to launch CPR Dispute Resolution’s Complete Case platform, built by Immediation, to expand the digitization of our global mediation, arbitration and case management services,” said Allen Waxman, President & CEO of CPR. “We’ve been impressed with Immediation’s attention to detail and support for this implementation. In addition to delivering the platform, Immediation helped train our team and panel on this digital system while taking into account their feedback to ensure the platform accurately reflects their needs.”
“This expands our ability to meet client needs while maintaining security,” Waxman added. “The ISO-certified digital platform is designed to minimize the risk of unintentional breaches and provides a solution for secure matter management to take place amongst neutrals, parties involved, and CPR Dispute Resolution.”
Immediation is an online dispute resolution platform provider. The centerpiece is the industry-leading digital collaboration platform specializing in dispute resolution featuring video, evidence management, case management, scheduling, and more. The Immediation Platform is configurable for mediation, arbitration, negotiation and hearings. Created by dispute resolution experts for dispute resolvers, its unmatched functionality, specialization and access delivers the judiciary, lawyers and neutral parties the capacity, capability and control to successfully handle complex legal interactions online. Immediation is already in use by courts, governments, dispute resolution organizations and law firms for local, national and international matters. To learn more visit www.immediation.com.
Established in 1977, CPR is an independent nonprofit organization that promotes the prevention and resolution of conflict to better enable purpose through the CPR Institute and CPR Dispute Resolution.
The CPR Institute builds capacity for dispute prevention and resolution through the thought leadership of its diverse members – companies, leading mediators and arbitrators, law firms, individual practitioners, and academics –who share best practices and develop innovative tools for dispute management through committee discussions and projects, publications, education and training, and hosting events.
CPR Dispute Resolution is a boutique provider of leading-edge dispute management services – mediation, arbitration, custom appointing services, a panel of dispute prevention specialists, and more – that leverages resources generated by the CPR Institute. The case administrators have extensive backgrounds in alternative dispute resolution (ADR). The Panel of Distinguished Neutrals is a carefully curated, diverse group of prominent, experienced subject matter and ADR professionals based in 35 countries. To learn more visit www.cpradr.org.