Brief Partnership Program

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A Few of our Valued Partners

Why Brief?

Claims can be resolved up to 80% faster with Brief.
Claim Resolution Costs Are Typically 70% Less with Brief.

Get Started with Brief

1. Integrate our arbitration clause into your factoring contracts

2. Issue agreements with your customers as usual

3. If or when a default occurs, Start a Claim on



Litigants asynchronously complete the dispute process, allowing for time and cost efficiencies.

No Court Trips

Our arbitration service is conducted exclusively online, resulting in no trips to court.


Claims are typically resolved within months, versus the years it might normally take in the overwhelmed courts.


Disputes cost 70% less than average, creating the means to process smaller claims that might otherwise be written-off.

Neutral & Unbiased

Independent and unbiased judges are assigned to claims based on jurisdiction and subject matter expertise.

Legally Binding

Bar recognized judges and lawyers adjudicate claims that are court-recognized as legally binding & enforceable.

How Brief works?

Brief is an online binding dispute resolution platform. It streamlines arbitration for monetary claims with an impartially issued final judgment that can be enforced, sold or otherwise monetized.

Impartial Judges

Insurance, Construction,
Civil Litigation

Jim Baklayan

Michelle Grimberg

Arbitrations & Mediations, Fraud, Real Estate Disputes

Michelle Grimberg

Real Estate, General Business, Employment Law

Benjamin Taylor

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— Great, you've got your arbitration clause, but now what? —

Three important tips when updating your agreement with the Brief arbitration clause: 

With your Brief arbitration clause, you now have your venue: Brief’s Online Platform. You’ll have your jurisdiction: All disputes arising from the Agreement will be decided exclusively by Brief, and lastly, you’ll have your choice of law to be applied.

Keep in mind that these are suggestions and not legal advice. Whenever you update your agreements, it’s essential that you have an attorney review and approve.