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Lance Soskin
Lance Soskin is the president of eQuibbly. eQuibbly provides corporations with an efficient, fair and cost-effective way to resolve contract disputes online, without the hassle and expense of litigation or traditional arbitration. eQuibbly has assembled a team of respected attorneys with expertise in various industries to arbitrate disputes. The whole process takes place entirely online in a secure and private virtual room where the parties explain their disagreement, upload, exchange and view evidence, answer the arbitrator's questions, and receive a legally binding arbitration Award that is enforceable in court in the US, Canada, the UK, China, India and 144 other countries that are signatories to The New York Convention.

After completing Law & MBA degrees, Lance Soskin worked for the law firm Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt, was called to the Bar, and subsequently worked as an investment banker for Scotia Capital and the former Merrill Lynch in New York in both Mergers and Acquisitions and Corporate Finance. Since then Lance has pursued entrepreneurial ventures.

Entries by Lance Soskin

Your Contract Might Be Useless Without an Arbitration Clause

(0) Comments | Posted June 2, 2014 | 5:44 PM

You are vulnerable without an arbitration clause in your contracts and it could prove to be devastating. Contracts are relatively useless if you cannot enforce them without too much hassle; enforcing them through litigation may be too costly and time-consuming to be practical.

An "arbitration clause" is simply a provision...

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Your Mediation Settlement Agreement Does Not Have As Much Legal Force As an Arbitration Decision

(0) Comments | Posted May 21, 2014 | 1:40 PM

In this article I will explain why your mediation settlement agreement, or any other contract for that matter, does not have as much legal force as an arbitration decision. First I will give a short explanation of what "arbitration" is and then I will explain why an "arbitration award" has...

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Is Suing Someone in Court Similar to Getting a Digital Rectal Exam?

(0) Comments | Posted May 14, 2014 | 3:00 PM

There are probably a whole host of analogies that can be used to explain what it is like suing someone, or being sued, in a court of law, for those who have never had the pleasure. But I'm not sure that getting a digital rectal exam is the best analogy...

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Wondering What The Difference Is Between Mediation and Arbitration?

(7) Comments | Posted May 9, 2014 | 10:34 AM


Most Americans know what litigation is even though the majority have likely never been involved in a lawsuit, other than perhaps in small claims court. Many have heard of mediation and arbitration and alternative dispute resolution, but few likely know exactly what they...

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In Our Courts 'Justice' Is Bought

(37) Comments | Posted February 26, 2013 | 4:51 PM

There are few elements more important to a free and democratic society than an open, fair and accessible justice system. This is never more apparent than when your liberty or livelihood is at stake.

The executive director of The Institute for the Advancement of the American Legal...

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