Got a legal battle on your hands? – there’s website for that. Enter eQuibbly, a website where both parties present their side of the story and their proposed resolution. Then tapping into the users Facebook friends and Twitter followers can weight in on the dispute and vote for the winner. In addition to party vs. party disputes, eQuibbly has a “controversial dispute of the week” where people debate current hot topics.
Lance Soskin, President of eQuibbly, added “If you think about it, leveraging your social network to resolve your disputes makes sense. We trust our friends and fellow citizens to provide us with accurate information every time we research something on Wikipedia and TripAdvisor. And we trust them to make the right decision when electing government officials. So why not have them help resolve our disputes?”