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== Overview ==
 
== Overview ==
   
In September 2000, five different Sections of the ABA, including Business Law, Dispute Resolution, Litigation, International and Intellectual Property, jointly created a '''Task Force and Advisory Committee on E-commerce and ADR''' to propose protocols, workable guidelines and [[standard]]s that can be implemented by parties to [[online transaction]]s and by [[ODR]] providers. The Task Force was asked to focus specifically on “the challenges raised by multijurisdictional business-to-business (“B2B”) and business-to-consumer (“B2C”) transactions.”
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In September 2000, five different Sections of the ABA, including Business Law, Dispute Resolution, Litigation, International and Intellectual Property, jointly created a '''Task Force on Electronic Commerce and Alternative Dispute Resolution''' to propose protocols, workable guidelines and [[standard]]s that can be implemented by parties to [[online transaction]]s and by [[ODR]] providers. The Task Force was asked to focus specifically on “the challenges raised by multijurisdictional business-to-business (“B2B”) and business-to-consumer (“B2C”) transactions.”
   
 
The Task Force submitted its final report, titled [[Addressing Disputes in Electronic Commerce]] in 2002.
 
The Task Force submitted its final report, titled [[Addressing Disputes in Electronic Commerce]] in 2002.
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Overview[]

In September 2000, five different Sections of the ABA, including Business Law, Dispute Resolution, Litigation, International and Intellectual Property, jointly created a Task Force on Electronic Commerce and Alternative Dispute Resolution to propose protocols, workable guidelines and standards that can be implemented by parties to online transactions and by ODR providers. The Task Force was asked to focus specifically on “the challenges raised by multijurisdictional business-to-business (“B2B”) and business-to-consumer (“B2C”) transactions.”

The Task Force submitted its final report, titled Addressing Disputes in Electronic Commerce in 2002.