Arbitration Attorneys with Industry Expertise Resolve Disputes in a Matter of Weeks

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Here's How it Works:
  • Create An Account
    It only takes 30 seconds to sign up for an account with a name and email address. Click the "Get Started" button at the top of the page.
  • Initiate The Arbitration Process
    Click the "Resolve a Dispute" button on the 'dashboard' in your account. Explain what the dispute is about, how it came to be, and your proposed resolution to the dispute for the arbitrator to consider.
  • Upload The Evidence
    Upload relevant evidentiary documents and photos that will convince the arbitrator that your claim should be awarded as proposed.
  • Sign An Agreement Online
    Both Parties sign a simple agreement online to submit the dispute to an arbitrator on eQuibbly.
  • Provide The Respondent's Information
    Provide the Respondent's contact information. eQuibbly will send the Respondent a request via an automated email to enter a response and propose a resolution.
  • Indicate You Are Ready For The Arbitrator
    Each Party indicates they have finished uploading their evidence, and are ready for the arbitrator, by clicking on the "I have uploaded all evidence for this dispute" button on their 'dashboard'.
  • Pay For The Arbitration
    Depending on the cost arrangement agreed to, one or both of the Parties pays the initial fee to eQuibbly via our online payment system. The Party or Parties who pay the fee can claim the cost in their proposed resolution.
  • An Arbitrator Is Assigned To The Dispute
    The Parties may agree on an arbitrator in advance, or eQuibbly can select an arbitrator from its roster. eQuibbly will assign an appropriate arbitrator to the dispute based on the expertise required.
  • Arbitrator Holds The Hearing
    In the private virtual room assigned for your arbitration, a secure communication system is used to respond to the arbitrator's questions in real-time or asynchronously. If the arbitrator deems it necessary, all Parties will participate in a telephone or video conference.
  • Arbitrator Resolves The Dispute
    Within a matter of weeks the arbitrator will issue a decision and provide the Parties with a signed Award in writing that specifies the legally binding and enforceable resolution to the dispute. The Parties will be notified by email when the Award is ready to be downloaded.