DBIS has published the Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) for Consumer Disputes (Amendment) (No 2) Regulations 2015. The change takes effect on 9 January 2016 and requires a competent authority, ADR applicant and ADR entity to provide a link to the online dispute resolution platform on its website. It also corrects minor errors made by the Alternative Dispute Resolution for Consumer Disputes (Amendment) Regulations 2015. (Source: DBIS SI 2015/1972 Second ADR Amendment Regulations)