Congratulations to the team at District Court 54B in the City of East Lansing for resolving over 3,000 cases online with Matterhorn!
The 29th District Court in Wayne, Michigan has resolved over 2,000 traffic tickets and warrants online with Matterhorn!
District Court 14A in Washtenaw County, Michigan offers online resolution of traffic tickets, warrants, and to allow people to plea online. To date, they have resolved over 1,700 cases online with Matterhorn.
Congratulations to 54A District Court for resolving over 2,600 traffic tickets, warrants, and parking tickets online!
Congratulations to the 16th District Court in Livonia, Michigan for resolving over 3,000 cases online with Matterhorn.Read more…
Learn more about court-connected online dispute resolution via a one-hour video, an archive of a webinar held January 18, 2018. The video covers the Franklin County Municipal Court’s use of Matterhorn online dispute resolution for small claims cases.Read more…
Going to the IJIS National Symposium? Please attend “Coming to a Trial Court Near You: Online Dispute Resolution and Modular Approaches to Court Applications”. The symposium will be held February 6-9, 2018 in Arlington, Virginia.
The 61st District Court in Grand Rapids, Michigan, prevents warrants with Matterhorn. The court intervenes with people who are out of compliance with a court payment plan before issuing a bench warrant. Through proactively communicating with the public with Matterhorn, the court has managed to avert over 1,000 warrants.
The 74th District Court in Bay County, Michigan has achieved a significant access to justice milestone: over 3,000 cases resolved online.
The Cleveland Municipal Court launched Matterhorn online dispute resolution for city tax cases in December, 2017. Read the news coverage of our launch.