Supplemental Terms and Conditions:
Last updated on October 8, 2020
These supplemental terms and conditions apply to Claims meeting one of the following criteria
- Submitted on or after September 17, 2020, 9am PDT, against T-Mobile;
- Submitted on or after September 8, 2020, 1pm PDT, against any Counterparty except KeyBank and/or T-Mobile, but including the Sprint and Metro by T-Mobile brands;
- Submitted on or after July 28, 2020, 12pm PDT, against PayPal or Airbnb;
- Submitted on or after July 20, 2020, 12pm PDT, against Altice Mobile, American Home Shield, Charter Spectrum, Optimum by Altice, Stubhub, Suddenlink, Turbotax, Verizon Fios, or Verizon Wireless;
- Submitted on or after June 24, 2020, 12am PDT, against AT&T or DirecTV.
These terms apply in addition to our standard terms and conditions, available here.
In order to increase the value of FairShake’s Stake in your Claim, FairShake may, at its option, pay to provide you with special Attorney Services to support your claim and help facilitate communications between you and your Counterparty, above and beyond what we occasionally pay to provide for other claims (the “Expanded Attorney Services”). The attorney who is providing the Expanded Attorney Services will commit to a limited scope engagement that will include:
- Receiving and managing all communications (including, without limitation, requests for information, objections to claims, and settlement offers) between the Counterparty and you, up until the time that you choose to escalate your claim by filing it with the American Arbitration Association;
- Receiving and transmitting to you communications concerning settlement offers after you escalate your claim by filing it with the American Arbitration Association;
- Communicating your response to any of the above communications back to your Counterparty; and
- Where your state’s legal practice regulations permit, giving you limited negotiation advice, including evaluations of the of a settlement offer, that does not involve the application of any laws.
The Expanded Attorney Services will not include:
- Representing you in any arbitration-related interactions, including preparation of filings, communication involving the AAA or arbitrator, representation at hearings, or briefing of arguments in arbitration;
- Engaging in real-time phone or in-person conversations with the Counterparty or their representatives; or
- Giving you legal advice concerning your claim or litigation strategy.
FairShake will choose and appoint the attorney who provides the Expanded Attorney Services, and will pay for all legal costs associated with the Expanded Attorney Services. FairShake will also manage and facilitate all communications between you and the attorney providing the Expanded Attorney Services in order to ensure quality customer service and efficient communication.
Capitalized terms that we use but don’t define in these supplemental terms and conditions are defined in our standard terms and conditions. Where these supplemental terms and conditions conflict with FairShake’s standard terms and conditions, these supplemental terms and conditions will control.