The meeting facility in Hobart
A free social drink & snacks afterwards ?
Hobart 2014, Australia
Our Networking events in 2014 will be held from 17.00pm onwards at a suitable venue ( with easy car parking facilities ) downtown Zwolle. Details of whereabouts will be emailed to all registered Hobart e-Court members approx. two days prior the event. The benefits of the get together are many such as : Get to know like-minded people in your city. Receive valuable tips and help about legal issues of immediate concern. Trusted tips in local forums and from legal member professionals attending the networking events. Foremost, you can address all your questions you may have about the Online Arbitration process. View also Benefits.
Summer is just around the corner! Come and enjoy excellent company with good snacks and drinks with your fellow e-Court members and other "specially invited" guest speaker(s).
Please do not forget to register for this event by sending us an email, see below button. Remember the event is for Members only. We require to know about your attendance a minimum of two days before the event takes place to properly organize the facilities and catering.
Hope you will join us. Au plaisir de vous y retrouver! Huibert.H.W.Arnold, e-Court coordinator in Hobart
Live the e-Court spirit : Nobody stands alone!
For many guests, it will be the first e-Court event; quite a few people will arrive on their own and/or from out-of-town. Please help make them feel welcome. If you see someone alone in a corner, it would be great if you introduce them to your friends. In this way, we can share the spirit in connecting like minded people, and everyone will have a lovely time. Thanks!
Please note: We are currently looking for a Co-Coordinator for the Hobart Community! If you are interested, please feel free to approach Huibert during the event or apply directly at email@example.com
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e-Court.au Legal Services International Inc.( hereafter referred as e-Court ) is an independent group of experienced professionals like (former) lawyers, barristers, solicitors or attorneys, judges, university professors, industry and other legal interest groups. e-Court aims to provide competent, affordable, secure, transparent and speedy justice for everyone. e-Court also provides an uniform litigation system throughout Australia without the need to understand the peculiarities existing in each provincial legislative system.
Labor disputes and other civil disputes between businesses and/or individuals can be submitted to a real Internet court. The new private court, which is called e-Court, guarantees ruling within six weeks after notification of the case. The verdict of e-Court is based on contract principles ( e.g binding arbitration ). View also a legally binding verdict. e-Court cases take no more than six weeks (excluding any appeal of four weeks). This makes the process to cost much less than ordinary courts, which to obtain a ruling in Australia take on average between 70-90 weeks. Moreover, private individuals and businesses agree upfront with their attorneys the maximum period in advance and total costs. This will ensure that e-Court does not result in financial surprises. It is important to note that e-Court is extremely flexible because the individual or company can start a case using e-Court with/without the assistance of a legal professional. In many situations the claimant and/or defendant feel they wish to avoid legal expenses and obtain justice without expenses from legal counsel. See also How we work
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e-Court Legal Services Int'l Inc. provides the infrastructure for our members to organize Social events. The organizer(s) do not represent e-Court as vicarious agents. Therefore, e-Court does not accept any legal responsibility for damages resulting from the gross negligence of the organizer(s). Furthermore, neither e-Court nor the organizer(s) of this Event shall assume liability for any loss of personal property. Nor shall they be held responsible in the event of financial, physical, or emotional damage.
Start time: 17:00 onwards
Socials are being held each month, except during July and December when no events take place.
To be announced via email to all Hobart e-Court members. The venue will be suitably located down town Hobart with adequate parking facilities
Huibert.H.W.Arnold e-Court Coordinator for Hobart