Resolve a dispute


Create a Public Fairness Assessment (PFA) to help negotiate a settlement with a counterparty.

Get started: Describe the controversy you’d like the jury to consider.

Give your PFA a title. View examples

Add a subtitle. (Optional)

Have the jury vote on the fairness of your topic.

Choose a voting format.
Invite your counterparty to add settlement options. Invite (Your counterparty can add an equal number of choices.)

Select Poll Voter Group:

Do you want to allow people other than these voting groups to vote on?

Pick your jury pool. We’ll invite voters from the groups you choose below to render a consensus verdict.*

(Typical jury pool size: 100 to 1,000 members, depending on case and incentives.)
Choose from the following:

Other categories (These are less-usual types of jurors that have participated in consensus votes.)

*Participation will depend on various factors, including type of case, the groups invited, and incentive rewards. Typical juries will range between 100 and 2,000 members. The results report will include both aggregate consensus and consensus within individual voter groups. The aggregate consensus is used as the final verdict for rewards, bonuses, etc.

Notify another party.

Rhubarb can invite another party to respond, comment, and resolve this matter.

As a matter of policy, Rhubarb may inform the other party that they have been named in your case.

Important – Read before proceeding: Rhubarb provides a user platform for consensus answers / opinion from the public, industry experts, and community on a wide range of topics, including how to resolve disputes and answers to legal, technical, and other questions.

You understand and agree that nothing communicated on the site constitutes legal or professional advice, including all user posting, advocate suggestions, and consensus votes. Posting by legal and industry professionals is not professional advice and does not imply or constitute a legal, professional, or other fiduciary relationship between any of the participating parties.

Rhubarb and its members do not provide legal or professional advice or services. We are not a legal referral service. Rhubarb is not responsible for the accuracy of information posted on its site by members. Users are strongly advised to seek independent professional counsel before making decisions regarding cases or topics posted at Rhubarb.

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