This service forces users into binding arbitration in the case of disputes


Service: Khan Academy
Status: approved
Changes: 2
Source: link
Author: retrocraft


<li>15.4 Dispute Resolution and Arbitration. PLEASE READ THIS SECTION CAREFULLY BECAUSE IT AFFECTS YOUR RIGHTS. BY AGREEING TO BINDING ARBITRATION, YOU WAIVE YOUR RIGHT TO LITIGATE DISPUTES THROUGH A COURT AND TO HAVE A JUDGE OR JURY DECIDE YOUR CASE. <ol> <li>(a) Generally. In order to expedite and control the cost of disputes, Khan Academy and you agree that any legal or equitable claim, dispute, action or proceeding arising from or related to your use of the Services or these Terms ("<b>Dispute</b>") will be resolved as follows to the fullest extent permitted by law:</li> <li>(b) Notice of Dispute. In the event of a Dispute, you or Khan Academy must give the other a written statement that sets forth the name, address, and contact information of the party giving it, the facts giving rise to the Dispute, and a proposed solution (a "<b>Notice of Dispute</b>"). You must send any Notice of Dispute by first class U.S. Mail to Khan Academy at P.O. Box 1630, Mountain View, CA 94042 and also via e-mail to notices@khanacademy.org. Khan Academy will send any Notice of Dispute to you by first class U.S. Mail to your address if Khan Academy has it, or otherwise to your e-mail address. You and Khan Academy will attempt in good faith to resolve any Dispute through informal negotiation within sixty (60) days from the date the Notice of Dispute is sent. After sixty (60) days, you or Khan Academy may commence arbitration.</li> <li>(c) Binding Arbitration. Any Dispute which has not been resolved by negotiation as provided herein within sixty (60) days or such time period as you and Khan Academy may otherwise agree, shall be finally resolved by binding arbitration as described in this Section 15.4. You are giving up the right to litigate (or participate in as a party or class member) all Disputes in court before a judge or jury. Instead, all Disputes will be resolved before a neutral arbitrator, whose decision will be final except for a limited right of appeal under the Federal Arbitration Act. The place of arbitration shall be Santa Clara County, California. Any court with jurisdiction over the parties may enforce the arbitrator's award.</li> <li>


Comments:
On 2020-08-17 15:36:20 UTC, Peepo wrote:

approved: without comment



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Version 2: 2019-08-28 01:16:59 UTC by retrocraft

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