Initiated by IMI, the GPC Series 2016-17 was a collection of 28 conferences held in 22 countries across the globe. It was conceived as an opportunity for members of the commercial community to come together and engage in dialogue about commercial dispute resolution (DR), as well as collect actionable data that could be used to challenge the status quo.
A suite of eight GPC North America reports has been created as part of an IMI project funded by the AAA-ICDR Foundation. These reports focus on the findings from the data collected at GPC events across North America between 2016-17. All the reports will be made available on the IMI website.
The GPC North America suite of reports present findings from data that has never been analyzed before.
Clear features of each city have become apparent and similarities and differences between jurisdictions have surfaced. Distinct and actionable recommendations in relation to the findings have emerged. These recommendations have the potential to make a significant impact on the future of commercial DR in North America.
Some results may be expected. Others may be quite surprising.
There are seven reports that present local findings for each city that hosted a GPC event in North America. Each of these reports explores the characteristics of users of DR in each jurisdiction, how the market responds to their needs, obstacles and challenges facing commercial DR and provide a vision for the future.
The final regional report is the culmination of the findings and provides a comparative analysis of jurisdictions across North America.
The complete suite of reports includes:
- The GPC Austin Report
- The GPC Baltimore Report
- The GPC Los Angeles Report
- The GPC Miami Report
- The GPC New York Report
- The GPC San Francisco Report
- The GPC Toronto Report
- The GPC North America Report
We look forward to your response to these reports in the ongoing Global Pound Conversation and thank the delegates at the North American GPC events for providing the insights that may prompt us to challenge the status quo.
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