9th International ADR Conference, Zagreb, Croatia 23rd and 24th October 2018
it is our great pleasure to inform you that the Croatian Chamber of Trades and Crafts will be organising the ninth
International conference “Alternative Dispute Resolution – the Cooperation between the Public Sector and Judiciary with the Economic Sector”
in Zagreb, 23rd and 24th October 2018
Therefore, we kindly ask you to save-the-date
As it was at our previous conferences, notable international experts will participate together with Croatian experts at the conference, which caused the great interest from participants during previous years.
Who can attend the conference?
- craftsmen, tradesmen and other entrepreneurs, especially web retailers and those wishing to engage in e-commerce business
- IT professionals and companies which work or wish to work with digital tools in public sector and judiciary
- judges, lawyers and public sector professionals interested in the application of IT solution to court and out-of-court dispute resolution (ODR)
- professionals from different economic sectors such as financial, tourism, construction, transportation, etc.
- mediators and everybody interested in mediation (especially, online mediation) and other ways of alternative consumer dispute resolution
- consumers who wish to expand their knowledge on their rights in the digital age
- all other practitioners and scientists interested in mentioned areas as well as the application of European public policies and national reforms stimulating the economic growth at the European Single Market
As in earlier years, the main topic of conference is creating the stimulating business environment for the bigger economic growth by presenting the most recent practical and legal solutions connecting public sector, judiciary and economy.
We wish to emphasize that since 2010, this conference has been recognized by the professional public as the one of the most significant events in the region attended by more than 150 participants from Croatia, countries from the region and other EU countries. By now, lecturers from 23 EU countries, the United States, Canada, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia and Montenegro participated at the conference.
We believe that our selection of topics and lecturers will be as interesting as it has been in previous years.
We are looking forward for seeing you again and mutual constructive work at our ninth International Alternative Dispute Resolution conference.
Detailed work programme is still in preparation.