Matterhorn customers Veronica Cravener and Alex Sanchez are speaking this morning at 10:15 on “Court-Connected Online Dispute Resolution: Enhancing Access to Civil Justice”.
Staff at the 54A District Court in the City of Lansing, Michigan, share their experience with Matterhorn online dispute resolution for online traffic ticket and warrant resolution.
Franklin County Municipal Court’s use of Matterhorn ODR described as “small claims courts 2.0” in Mediate.com.
View the presentation on ODR in the courts from the National Association for Presiding Judges and Court Executive Officers (NAPCO) meeting in September 2017.
Owe money to the 31st District court? Not sure? Well, now is a great time to check online because the 31st District Court will hold a March-long fine and fee amnesty. People who owe the court for fines and fees associated with civil infractions may be eligible for a break on what they owe if they pay in March.
Staff at the Franklin County Municipal Court and City of Columbus (Ohio) share their experience with Matterhorn online dispute resolution for small claims.
February 26, 2018
The City of Farmers Branch announces its online court initiative, powered by Matterhorn.
Matterhorn founder J.J. Prescott will speak on March 15, 2018 at a University of Michigan Poverty Solutions Engagement Series Event. The event, “The Road Out of Poverty: A Transportation & Economic Mobility Symposium,” will be held at the Michigan League on Thursday March 15 from 1-5 PM.
A recent scholarly article covers outreach mechanisms to increase the use of access to justice technology at the 30th District Court in Highland Park, Michigan.