Maxwell Chambers, the Singapore-based, integrated alternative dispute resolution (ADR) complex, announced a partnership with Immediation to offer its legal video collaboration software and online dispute resolution platform to its users.
The agreement is a major step forward towards a hybrid future with expanded capabilities for fully remote and in-person proceedings in the ADR and ODR industry.
“Since the signing of the 2019 Singapore Convention on Mediation, Maxwell Chambers has seen a steady increase in bookings for mediation cases. The pandemic further accelerated this trend and brought increased demand for Maxwell Chambers’ virtual and hybrid hearing services,” said Shae Teo, deputy chief executive, Maxwell Chambers. “As the leading integrated ADR complex, we work with our partners to offer best-in-class technology and services for our clients and Immediation’s end-to-end bespoke solution helps set a new standard. Immediation was designed specifically for dispute resolution on a secure platform, and its advanced capabilities enable us to continue meeting the need for a robust virtual environment,” she added.
Immediation features ISO27001 certified video and document encryption that is GDPR- and ethics-compliant, and privacy-sensitive. Commitment to these standards combined with Immediation’s suite of more than 30 legal-specific tools delivers a secure, seamless, intuitive digital environment for dispute resolution.
“Maxwell Chambers is among the world’s leading international dispute resolution hubs and at the forefront of the industry throughout Asia, and its partnership with Immediation validates the strength of our technology,” said Laura Keily, CEO and founder of Immediation. “We look forward to this continued collaboration as we pioneer the evolution of ADR/ODR.”