Arbitration Against Amazon: Get Your Money & Inventory Back (How to Select the Arbitrator)
If Amazon is withholding your money and refuses to release it after your plans of action, appeals, and Jeff Bezos escalation fails, you have every right to take Amazon to arbitration.
After a location is picked for arbitration, what happens next?
The arbitrator selection process.
An arbitrator is essentially the judge in an arbitration proceeding. Arbitrators are typically seasoned lawyers or retired judges with lots of experience in handling all different types of cases.
The American Arbitration Association (AAA) governs the disputes between our firm and Amazon. An American arbitration association case manager provides a list of potential arbitrators. From there, our firm and Amazon’s firm reviews the list of arbitrators and ranks the arbitrators according to preferences. The AAA will then choose the most mutually agreeable candidate.
How to Select the Arbitrator: Rosenbaum Famularo, PC will strike arbitrators that may have a bias. We also will research who may be most aligned with your interests.
If Amazon is holding your money or inventory, contact us for a free consultation about arbitration: 1-877-9-SELLER.
If you hire us to represent you in that matter, we also provide you with flat fees so that you will know exactly what it will cost to seek an order directing Amazon to release your money. Expedited arbitrations can be completed within 60 days of filing. The rules in expedite arbitrations state that you are entitled to your hearing within 30 days of the arbitrator being appointed to your case.
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