Digital dispute resolution
Online dispute resolution
Efficient dispute resolution utilising disciplined legal mechanics and appropriately applied technology solutions.
Traditional dispute resolution mechanisms can be unsuited for modern problems. Slow, burdensome, and costly, the volume and repetition of claims resulting from recent changes in law (e.g those introduced by new privacy law, BREXIT, and the COVID 19 pandemic) can be better handled by updated processes designed with those tasks in mind.
“This is for when traditional methods are too slow or expensive.”
NRF offers services that utilise disciplined legal mechanics and appropriately applied technology solutions to provide rapid resolutions that reduce the burden on internal teams for fixed prices. All supported by experienced NRF lawyers.
A procedure and timetable designed to achieve results quickly
Efficient and fair process with fixed fees and price certainty
Led by experienced lawyers with legal and industry sector expertise
How we are helping our clients
Developing a marine insurers claims management solution
A client required assistance managing a high volume of insurance claims relating to major vessel casualties.
Efficient, cost-effective transaction closing for the world’s largest off-shore windfarm
Norton Rose Fulbright advised a consortium of 29 banks and 3 ECAs on three separate financings of one of the world’s largest offshore windfarms. The scale of the transactions were significant, involving an exceptionally high volume of documentation and conditions precedent. Managing the approvals processes for 29 lenders, alone was a significant challenge.
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