Arbitration Conversation No. 64: Richard Ormond and Jake Stango of Ejudicate.com

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Richard Ormond

Mr. Ormond is the Founder and Chairman of Ejudicate, Inc. an online dispute resolution company. He is the nation's first Cannabis Business Law Professor, teaching his popular course at Loyola Law School. Richard Ormond has over 20 years-experience that includes business law, real estate, banking, receivership, cannabis regulations, commercial litigation,…

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Jake Stango

Co-founder of Ejudicate, a patent-pending, first-of-its-kind, fully asynchronous online dispute resolution platform designed to resolve legal disputes efficiently and quickly without the need for parties to be present. Responsible for building an adjacent legal technology company, “it’s over easy”, an online divorce platform that does not require lawyers.

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Amy Schmitz

Professor Amy Schmitz joined the University of Missouri School of Law and the Center for Dispute Resolution as the Elwood L. Thomas Missouri Endowed Professor of Law in 2016. Previously she was a Professor at the University of Colorado School of Law for over 16 years. Prior to teaching, Professor…

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