Are you ready to be DDRS?(Digital Dispute Resolution Specialist)


COVID 19 has forced the dispute resolution community to appreciate that going online is not a choice anymore or a second class way to resolving your disputes. ADR ODR International, a specialist in ADR and online dispute resolution (ODR) will discuss how practitioners should think about becoming a DDRS.

Rahim Shamji, Founder and CEO and Zoe Giannopoulou, deputy CEO of ADR ODR International will share their thoughts on ADR and particularly focusing on how online dispute resolution is now an essential tool in the tool box. They will share the learning from over 35 countries and how these countries have navigated the impact of COVID 19.


Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC), the financial and business hub connecting the region’s emerging markets with the developed markets of Europe, Asia and the Americas, joined the world in commemorating the World Blood Donor Day, an international initiative by World Health Organisation (WHO). Under the theme “Every blood donor is a hero”, the initiative aims to raise awareness of the need for safe blood and to motivate voluntary and regular blood donations.

DIFC invited its community to donate blood at a mobile clinic set up at the DIFC Conference Centre by Latifa Hospital in Dubai.

Nabil M. Ramadhan, Deputy CEO and Chief Operating Officer of DIFC Authority, said: “At DIFC, we are committed to supporting global CSR initiatives that address critical issues and needs. Blood donation is a particularly important event as it brings people from all walks of life together behind a single humanitarian cause. We thank all those who accepted our invitation to support this cause.”


Rahim Shamji

Founder and CEO of ADR-ODR International


Zoe Giannopoulou

Deputy CEO of ADR ODR International

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