Immediation is a private and confidential online dispute resolution platform, aiming to provide a low-cost, easy, secure, quick and highly efficient method of resolving commercial disputes as an alternative to long and expensive court processes.

Immediation has raised $1.8 million in funding to date, including from investors such as boutique investment firm SG Hiscock, corporate broker Patersons Securities and advisory firm Alto Capital.

Founded by commercial barrister Laura Keily – says the launch of the company is the culmination of 2.5 years of development, including an extensive pilot client program with top general counsel from over 20 companies including Coca-Cola Amatil, Uber and Orora.

We previously reported on Immediation’s progress:

The new legaltech company for which tech may be the least important factor

Grant assists Immediation to commercialise its online dispute resolution platform

Immediation appoints Expert Panel to resolve disputes on its online dispute resolution platform

Immediation’s first commercial service is mediation. Additional services to be added will be: an automated negotiation tool for low value disputes; direct negotiation between parties; an evaluation service by a subject matter expert; determination (either reviewed or not reviewed and arbitration. 

The service has launched with low cost, introductory pricing.