The IPKat is grateful to Cedric Manara for tipping him off that the .eu Dispute Resolution Rules have become available. EURid has appointed the Prague-based Czech Arbitration Court, which is attached to the Economic Chamber of the Czech Republic and Agricultural Chamber of the Czech Republic, as the body responsible for providing ADR for .eu disputes and the Czech Arbitration Court has now launched a public consultation on the rules that it has drafted.
The Arbitration Court is also seeking suitably qualified people to be panellists in .eu disputes.
The IPKat says that if you want to have your say, you’d better get your skates on – the consultation period ends 7 September.
.eu info here
Wednesday, 3 August 2005
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