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Phone: (404) 933-0821

1155 F Street, NW

Washington DC, District of Columbia 20004

John Hinchey

Profession:

Arbitrator

Current Employer:

JAMS Intermational

Areas of Expertise:

✔ Commercial/Business ✔ Condominiums
✔ Construction ✔ Contract Disputes
✔ Energy including oil and gas ✔ Engineering
✔ Environmental ✔ Industrial
✔ Insurance ✔ International
✔ Licensing ✔ Telecommunications
✔ Utilities

Experience:

Mr. Hinchey's arbitration experience as an arbitrator and advocate includes all types of construction, infrastructure and energy related disputes, involving a broad spectrum of public and private parties, public-private partnerships, government entities, agencies and authorities, engineering and architectural professionals, constructors, consultants, vendors and material suppliers, financiers, bond insurers, banking institutions, insurers, sureties and guarantors.

Work History:

Prior to his retirement from King & Spalding, an international law firm, Mr. Hinchey led the firm's domestic and international construction disputes practice for approximately 18 years. A sampling of matters for which Mr. Hinchey has been responsible as an advocate would include the negotiation and drafting of design and construction agreements and resolution of disputes for the 1996 Summer Olympic Games; representation of Turner Broadcasting System in all aspects of its construction programs; representation of UPS as core counsel for its worldwide construction transactions and related dispute resolution matters; representation of Wal Mart, Inc., in multi-state construction litigation; representation of The Coca-Cola Company in global construction matters; drafting and development of design and construction agreements for United States Golf Association, Bethpage Black Golf Course renovation; review of construction related agreements for Equatorial Guinea Oil Development Project; advice and counsel regarding design and construction of world’s largest beverage concentrate plant in Ireland; advice and construction contract drafting for development of international telecommunications facilities (uplink and downlink satellite TV stations) in various countries, including India and China; construction risk review and analysis of agreements for City University of New York Student Housing Project; preparation of OCIP-related agreements for Yale University Construction Program; and drafting, negotiating or performing risk analyses of a variety of design build, turnkey and EPC agreements for such projects as the Al Udeid Air Base Fueling Facility in Qatar, Turner Field in Atlanta, the Houston Astros’ Stadium, the New England Patriots Stadium, the Philadelphia Eagles Stadium, the proposed new Tacoma Narrows Bridge, and a monorail project in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Cases:

■ Service as a Dispute Resolution Board member on a multi-billion dollar nuclear powered generation project in the State of South Carolina ■ Service as a co-arbitrator on a dispute involving a multi-billion dollar nuclear powered generation project in the State of Georgia ■ Service as co-arbitrator on an ICC arbitration panel seated in Taipai, Republic of China, involving the design and construction of two nuclear powered steam generators ■ Service as a co-arbitrator on an ICC arbitration tribunal in Paris, involving the design and construction of a pulp mill in Uruguay ■ Service as chair of a AAA arbitration panel, involving the design and construction of a solar powered energy generation plant near Las Vegas, Nevada, and on a JAMS panel involving a 16 solar power generation projects in the state of Minnesota ■ Service as a party-appointed arbitrator in an ICC administered arbitration, involving the design and construction of a hot briquetted iron manufacturing plant near Nueces, Texas ■ Service as a party-appointed arbitrator in an ICC administered arbitration involving the construction of a greenfield fertilizer manufacturing plant in the Mid-West, USA ■ Service as a co-arbitrator on an ICDR arbitration tribunal, involving a chlorine-alkali plant near Freeport, TX ■ Service on a Dispute Board involving the design and construction of two nuclear power generation facilities in South Carolina and Georgia ■ Service as Chair of an ICDR arbitration tribunal, involving the design and construction of a U.S. $2 billion supercritical coal-fired electric power generation plant in West Virginia ■ Service as a party-appointed arbitrator on an ICC arbitration tribunal in San Francisco, involving a seven-billion dollar dispute concerning the design and installation of two nuclear steam-powered generation units ■ Service as Chair of an arbitration tribunal involving the construction of a steam methane reformer hydrogen and chemical processing chemical manufacturing plant on the Gulf of Mexico ■ Service as co-arbitrator on an ad hoc arbitration concerning the installation of a wind-powered turbine electric generation facility in West Virginia ■ Service as Chair of an ICDR arbitration tribunal involving a large two-billion dollar coal-fired power plant. ■ Service as Chair of an arbitration tribunal involving a process chemical manufacturing plant. ■ Service as Chair of a tribunal concerning a transcontinental natural gas pipeline between Canada and the United States. ■ Service in Mumbai as Presiding Arbitrator on a tribunal involving a significant dispute involving an oil refinery in Northwest India. ■ Service as Chair of a Dispute Resolution Board involving a large multi-use international resort facility in the Caribbean, currently being constructed by the largest construction company in the world, involving a budget of approximately US $4 Billion and a tract of approximately 1000 acres. ■ Representation in arbitration and in court of a large national railway corporation involving contracts for repair, maintenance and replacement of rolling stock and for installation of fiber optic cable throughout the United States. ■ Service as Chair of a tribunal concerning claims arising out of an offshore intake line to a power generation plant off the coast of Mexico. ■ Service as Chair of tribunal concerning a major ethanol manufacturing facility in the Midwest, including design performance and production issues. ■ Service on a tribunal involving the design and construction of a wind turbine generation plant in the Eastern United States. ■ Service as Chair of arbitration panel in proceedings before the ICC, arising out of design and construction of a large power plant project in Boston, Massachusetts . ■ Service as mediator on a variety of construction claims among owners, contractors and designers. ■ Assertion of and defense of claims on behalf of a hotel, condominium and resort owner in Grand Cayman versus large international construction contractor, resulting in jury verdict award exceeding $30 million. ■ Assertion of claims and litigation on behalf of Bank of America, NA, against contractor concerning construction of banking facility. ■ Defense of international manufacturer against claims by U.S Department of Justice concerning fair housing issues. ■ Litigation, arbitration and mediation of dispute between U.S. based railway company and international telecommunications company. ■ Litigation of claims and defense of claims on behalf of U.S.-based apartment and condominium developer multiple states. ■ Assertion of claims on behalf of and defense of claims against Home Depot, Inc. arising out of construction projects. ■ Litigation, arbitration and mediation of disputes in defense of Ritz Carlton Resorts Developer near Atlanta, Georgia. ■ Litigation in London Technology and Construction Court on behalf of international consumer products company against large international contractor. ■ Advice and counsel to Chilean Developer re defense of claims by world class international contractor. ■ Service as member of Disputes Review Board involving claims arising out of regional medical center. ■ International arbitration before ICC concerning dispute arising out of mining project in Peru. ■ Arbitration involving assertion of and defense of claims against Rolls Royce, Inc involving power generation plan in Illinois. ■ Arbitration of claims arising out of construction of Atlanta Hartsfield Airport, Concourse E. ■ Assertion of claims, litigation and mediation on behalf of Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. against contractors and sureties arising out of construction of multiple Super Centers and stores in multiple states throughout South East United States.

Training:

Chartered Arbitrator, Fellow and International Arbitration Diploma and certified trainer, Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, Straus Institute of Dispute Resolution, Pepperdine Law School, Pepperdine University; Extensive AAA and JAMS arbitration and mediation training courses

License:

■ United States Supreme Court ■ Georgia Supreme Court ■ U.S. Court of Appeals (5th and 11th Circuits) ■ U.S. Middle District Court (Georgia) ■ U.S. Northern District Court (Georgia) ■ U.S. Southern District Court (Georgia)

Awards:

■ Cornerstone Award (2006); highest award for distinguished service by the American Bar Association, Forum on Construction Law ■ 2012 Arbitration “Lawyer of the Year Award”, Washington D.C.; 2014 Arbitration "Lawyer of the Year Award", Atlanta, GA; Best Lawyers in America (Listed from 2003-date). ■ 1st Band, Leading Individual Lawyers (Construction-Georgia), Chambers and Partners (2005-date). ■ International Who’s Who of Construction Lawyers; Top 10 “Most Highly Regarded Individuals-Global” International Who’s Who of Construction Lawyers (2007-2010). ■ International Who’s Who of Commercial Arbitration (2012-date). ■ Chartered Arbitrator and Diploma in International Arbitration, conferred by the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (2012 - date).

Panels:

■ JAMS International, Energy and Global Engineering and Construction Panels (London, New York, Washington, DC, Atlanta, Miami). ■ London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA) North American Council ■ American Arbitration Association, Large Complex Case Panel and Master Panel of Construction Arbitrators (1992-2010) ■ CPR Distinguished Panel of Construction Arbitrators ■ CPR Distinguished Panel of Cross-border Arbitrators ■ CPR Distinguished ADR Panel ■ Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, Presidential Panel ■ Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, Approved Faculty Member ■ Institute for Energy Law Panel ■ Council of Distinguished Advisors, The Straus Institute For Dispute Resolution, Pepperdine University School of Law ■ Advisory Board, Construction Contract Law Report, published by Thomson West ■ Advisory Board, Institute for Transnational Arbitration ■ Advisory Board, Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) Journal of Management, Procurement and Law (2010-2011) ■ American Bar Association, International Section, International Arbitration Rules Committee project on comparative arbitration rules (2013) ■ Former Member, Executive Committee, State Bar of Georgia, Dispute Resolution Section

Associations:

■ Former President and current Fellow of American College of Construction Lawyers. ■ Honorary Fellow, Canadian College of Construction Lawyers. ■ Past Chair, American Bar Association, Forum on Construction Law. ■ Past Chair, Atlanta Bar Association, Construction Law Section . ■ Past Chair, Legal Steering Committee, Georgia State Financing and Investment Commission (GSFIC). ■ Co-Chair, International Bar Association, International Construction Projects Committee (2009-2010). ■ Chartered Arbitrator and Fellow, Chartered Institute of Arbitrators. ■ Fellow, College of Commercial Arbitrators. ■ Former President, Georgia Arbitrators’ Forum.

Education:

■ M.Litt. (Comparative Law), Oxford University, England ■ LL.M. (International Law), Harvard Law School ■ LL.B., Emory University Law School ■ A.B. (Law), Emory University ■ Diploma in International Arbitration, Chartered Institute of Arbitrators

Publications:

■ Co-author, International Construction Arbitration Handbook, a two-author treatise published by Thomson Reuters, now in its 2017 edition, having been originally published in 2008 ■ Visiting lecturer on International Commercial Arbitration subjects, Pepperdine Law School, Straus Institute of Dispute Resolution (2009 - 2017) ■ Co-author, College of Commercial Arbitrators (CCA), Guide to Best Practices in Commercial Arbitration, (4th edition, 2017) ■ Speaker, “Dispute Resolution and Payment Issues”, ABA Forum on Construction Law, Regional Program, Atlanta, Georgia (November 4, 2016) ■ Panelist, “Rules Convergence and ‘Flattening’ Among Leading Arbitral Institutions; Does the Choice of Seat Still Matter?”, 5th Annual Conference of the Atlanta International Arbitration Society, Atlanta, Georgia (October 10, 2016) ■ Speaker, “Collaborative Dispute Resolution,” ABA Forum on Construction Law, Fall Meeting, Chicago, Illinois (October 6, 2016) ■ Speaker, “Current Developments in Arbitration”, Arbitration Institute, Georgia Bar Association (August 5, 2016) ■ Panelist, “Are Dispute Resolution Boards and Arbitration Redundant?”, Annual Meeting, American College of Construction Lawyers, Laguna Beach, California (February 19, 2016) ■ Panelist, “Lessons for Effective Advocacy and Management of Proceedings in International Arbitration,” Atlanta Bar Association, Atlanta, Georgia (February 12, 2016) ■ Paper and panel presentation on “Demystifying International Arbitration”, American Bar Association, Forum on Construction Law, October 8-9, 2015, Austin, TX ■ Speaker and Panelist, “Management of Time and Cost in International Arbitration”, Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, Centenary Conference, Keble College, Oxford University (13 September 2015) ■ Panelist, “Distinctions Between Arbitration Practices of US and UK Lawyers”, ABA Meeting, London, 800th Anniversary of the signing of Magna Carta (June 15, 2015) ■ Speaker and panelist, joint program of the College of Commercial Arbitrators and the American Arbitration Association, Atlanta (May 27, 2015) ■ Panelist, Annual Meeting of the American College of Construction Lawyers, Miami (February, 20, 2015) ■ Chapter author, “International Arbitration”, published in Construction ADR, by the American Bar Association Forum on Construction Law (2014). ■ Panelist, Atlanta Arbitration Society (ATLAS) Conference on Africa-related Subjects, “Developments and Trends in Resolving Infrastructure Disputes” (November 4, 2014) ■ Faculty Member, American Bar Association, Section of Dispute Resolution Arbitration Institute, Washington, DC (June 6-7, 2014) ■ Speaker and panelist, “What In-house and Litigation Counsel Say about Arbitration of Big Cases – The Neutrals Respond”, Superconference, San Francisco (December 13, 2013) ■ Speaker, 2d Annual Construction Law Conference on “Effective Advocacy in Mediation and Arbitration”; Atlanta, Georgia; March 1, 2013 ■ Speaker and Panelist, JAMS/Atlanta Bar Association Seminar on Current Developments in International Arbitration; Atlanta, Georgia; February 26, 2013 ■ Chapter author, “Fast-track International Construction Arbitration”, published in Contemporary Issues in International Arbitration and Mediation – The Fordham Papers (2012) (Nijoff, 2013) ■ Panelist, American College of Construction Lawyers Annual Meeting, Scottsdale, “Developing a Practice in Arbitration and Mediation” (February 2013) ■ Chapter author,“Dispute Resolution”, Chapter 12, Managing Gigaprojects – Advice From Those Who’ve Been There, Done That, a recent publication of the American Society of Civil Engineers, 2012 ■ Speaker and panelist; ABA Forum on Construction Law, 2012 Fall Program, Boston, Massachusetts, on the topic: “Cross-Border Dispute Resolution” ■ Speaker and panelist; Inaugural Conference of the Atlanta International Arbitration Society, “The United States and its Place in the International Arbitration System of the 21st Century: Trendsetter, Outlier or One in a Crowd,” (April 16, 2012) ■ Speaker and panelist; Seventh Annual Fordham Law School Conference on International Arbitration and Mediation, King’s College, London (April 26–27, 2012) ■ Speaker, presentations by the American and Canadian Colleges of Construction Law, in conjunction with the 2012 International Construction Law Conference of the Society of Construction Law, Melbourne, Australia (May 6-8, 2012) ■ Author, “Rethinking Conflict in Construction Project Delivery and Dispute Resolution,” Vol. 29, Part 1, International Construction Law Review, January, 2012 ■ Speaker and Panelist at the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators Conference on Costs of International Arbitration, London (September, 2011) ■ Panelist, 5th Annual Arbitration Institute, Atlanta, August 19, 2011, on “Advanced Arbitration Case Management” ■ Co-author, Handbook on Arbitration Practice, Chapter 26 “An Arbitrator’s Authority to Award Attorney Fees for Bad-Faith”, published by the American Arbitration Association (2010). ■ Co-author, Construction Law Glossary, an in progress publication by the American Bar Association, Forum on the Construction Industry (2010). ■ Co-author, Chapter 5 Preface, Justin Sweet Anthology, published by the American Bar Association, Forum on the Construction Industry (2009). ■ Author, “Taming Construction Disputes Through ‘Rapid Resolution’”, Editorial, Engineering News-Record (ENR) (July 8, 2009). ■ Contributing author, JAMS Global Engineering and Construction Newsletter (2009-2011). ■ Speaker and Panelist, JAMS/Atlanta Bar Association Seminar on Current Developments in International Arbitration; Atlanta, Georgia; February 26, 2013. ■ Speaker, 2d Annual Construction Law Conference on “Effective Advocacy in Mediation and Arbitration”; Atlanta, Georgia; March 1, 2013. ■ Speaker and panelist; ABA Forum on the Construction Industry, 2012 Fall Program, Boston, Massachusetts, on the topic: “Cross-Border Dispute Resolution”. ■ Speaker and panelist; Inaugural Conference of the Atlanta International Arbitration Society, “The United States and its Place in the International Arbitration System of the 21st Century: Trendsetter, Outlier or One in a Crowd,” (April 16, 2012). ■ Speaker and panelist; Seventh Annual Fordham Law School Conference on International Arbitration and Mediation, King’s College, London (April 26–27, 2012). ■ Speaker, presentations by the American and Canadian Colleges of Construction Law, in conjunction with the 2012 International Construction Law Conference of the Society of Construction Law, Melbourne, Australia (May 6-8, 2012). ■ Featured Speaker and Panelist at the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators Conference on Costs of International Arbitration, London (September, 2011). ■ Keynote Speaker and Panelist, Society of Construction Law of Australia, Annual Conference, Sydney, August 5-7, 2011, on “Rethinking Adversarialism”. ■ Panelist, 5th Annual Arbitration Institute, Atlanta, August 19, 2011, on “Advanced Arbitration Case Management”. ■ Featured speaker to the Society of Indian Law Firms on arbitration subjects, New Delhi, November 27, 2010. ■ Featured speaker on international commercial arbitration to the Indian Branch of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, Mumbai, India, December 2, 2010. ■ Adjunct lecturer, Georgia State University, Global Partners MBA Program (2008-2011). ■ Panelist and Moderator, 4th Annual Arbitration Institute, co-sponsored by State Bar of Georgia, Dispute Resolution Section and Institute of Continuing Legal Education (Atlanta, 2010). ■ Speaker and Panelist, ABA Section of Dispute Resolution, ABA Midyear Meeting on the topics: “Current Trends and Developments in International Arbitration” and “Reigning in Costs and Delays in Commercial and Construction Arbitration,” (Orlando, 2010). ■ 8th International Litigation and Arbitration Conference, Florida Bar Association (February 12, 2011), Miami, Florida. Topic: “Regional Developments in the United States”. ■ Speaker and Panelist, The 3-D’s of International Business Transactions, sponsored by the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, on the topic: “Presenting Your Case to an International Tribunal” (Atlanta, 2009). ■ Speaker and Panelist, 2009 Neutrals Conference, 16th Annual Alternative Dispute Resolution Institute, on the topic: “Is Arbitration Broken?” (Atlanta, 2009). ■ Speaker and Panelist, Construction Managers of America (CMAA) Annual Conference on the topic: “What Construction Managers Should Know about Dispute Resolution”, (Orlando, 2009). ■ Program Chair and Moderator, The Next Wave of Construction Dispute Resolution, The Seminar Group (Atlanta, 2009). ■ Panelist, Resolving Construction Law Issues Across the 49th Parallel, sponsored by Society of Illinois Construction Attorneys and JAMS (May 28, 2009), Chicago, Illinois. ■ Author, “Taming Construction Disputes Through Rapid Resolution,” published in Engineering News Record (July 08, 2009). ■ Co-presenter, American Arbitration Association Global Webinar; September 10, 2009; Topic: “Hot Topics in International Construction Dispute Resolution”. ■ Panelist, Associated Owners & Developers, 2009 National Conference, Atlanta; (September 15, 2009); Topic: “Managing the Risks and Obligations of Electronic Discovery; Sanctions, Spiraling Costs and Accessibility”. ■ Panelist, Construction SuperConference--2008, San Francisco, California (December, 10-12, 2008); Topic: “From the Other Side of the Bench: Views of Cross-Border Construction Mediators and Arbitrators About Dos and Don’ts of Case Presentation and Cost Control.” ■ Co-instructor, JAMS Institute, Arbitration Training Workshop, New York (October 25, 2008). ■ Chair, International Construction Law Conference, Sponsored by the American College of Construction Lawyers and the Society of Construction Law, London (October 5, 2008). ■ Panelist, American Bar Association, Section of Dispute Resolution Annual Meeting, New York (August 9, 2008): Topic: “The Emerging Global Order in International Construction ‘Disputology’; The Top 10 Cutting-edge ADR Processes Employed in Construction World-wide.” ■ Co-author, “A Perspective From the United States: Tensions Between ‘Getting it Right’ and ‘Getting it Done’”, American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Journal (April, 2008). ■ Co-author, “Methods for Discovery in Arbitration,” Georgia Bar Journal, Vol. 13, No. 6 (April, 2008). ■ Speaker: “Construction Defect Litigation”, Condominiums: Opportunities & Pitfalls in Today’s Environment. The Seminar Group, Atlanta, Georgia (March, 2007). ■ Keynote Speaker and Panelist for the Annual Meeting of the Canadian College of Construction Lawyers. (June 2007) Vernon, British Columbia. ■ Speaker and Panelist. “Achieving Efficiency With Fairness”, ADR Institute, ABA Section of Dispute Resolution (April 2007) Washington, D.C. ■ “Change In Law”, paper and presentation to the American Bar Association Mid Winter Meeting, New York, New York (January 2006); The Construction Lawyer (Fall 2006). ■ “Multifamily Housing Developers See Increase in FHA and ADA Litigation”, co authored with Michael J. Malone, The Real Estate Finance Journal (Winter 2006). ■ “The Effect of Forum Selection Clauses on a District Court's Power to Compel Arbitration”, co-authored with Thomas V. Burch, Dispute Resolution Journal (AAA, November 2005 –January, 2006). ■ “An Arbitrator's Authority to Award Attorney's Fees for Bad Faith Arbitration co authored with Thomas V. Burch, Dispute Resolution Journal (AAA, May-July, 2005). ■ Program Chair: “Construction Defects: Water Intrusion and Other Calamities”. The Seminar Group, Atlanta, Georgia (July, 2005). ■ “Best Practices in Document Management For Complex Commercial Construction Cases”, Construction Law Journal (Sweet & Maxwell, Vol. 21, No. 5, 2005). ■ “Picking the Right ADR Method for Your Contracts and Cases”, Institute of Continuing Legal Education in Georgia (September, 2005). ■ “Best Practices In Document Management For Complex Commercial And Construction Cases”, Center for International Legal Studies, Salzburg, Austria (June 2004). ■ “International Construction Arbitration (Frequently Asked Questions)”, State Bar of Georgia ADR Section (March, 2004). ■ “Georgia General Assembly Adopts “Manifest Disregard” as Ground For Vacating Arbitration Awards: How Will Georgia Courts Treat The New Standard?”, (co-authored with Thomas V. Burch), Georgia Bar Journal (February, 2004) ■ Panelist, “Manifest Disregard Of The Law: How This New Standard For Vacatur Will Change The Arbitral Process”, 10th Annual ADR Institute and 2003 Neutrals’ Conference, Lake Lanier Islands, Georgia (November, 2003). ■ “Construction Management/Design-Build in Texas”, Lorman Education Services Seminar, Houston, Texas (November, 2003). ■ “Alternative Dispute Resolution: Guidelines For Choosing The Right Process For Your Case”, Law Seminars International, Atlanta, Georgia (November, 2003). ■ “Alternative Dispute Resolution: Guidelines For Picking The Right Forum For Your Case”, Institute of Continuing Legal Education, Atlanta, Georgia (September 2003). ■ “Guarantees of Performance”, Construction Business Handbook, Aspen (2004). ■ “The Quest For The Right Questions For The Construction Industry”, (co-authored with Laurence Schor), Dispute Resolution Journal (August-October, 2002). ■ Panelist, “Ethics In A World of Mandatory Arbitration”, Law Review Symposium, GSU College of Law (February, 2002). ■ “Exchanges of Documents and Depositions in International Arbitration”, Kluwer Law International Comparative Law Yearbook (2001). ■ Panelist, “Global Construction Superconference”, London (November, 2001). ■ “What’s Right and What’s Wrong with ADR?”, presented in London and Paris to Construction Bar Symposium (November, 2001). ■ Panelist in “Mediation Advocacy For Attorneys”, sponsored by the AAA, Atlanta, GA (July, 2001). ■ “The Owner and Contract Risk Allocation on High Profile Projects”, ABA Forum, New Orleans, Louisiana (April, 2001). ■ “Emerging Trends In Construction Arbitration”, ADR Institute, Callaway Gardens, Georgia (November, 2000). ■ “Emerging Trends In International Construction Arbitration”, K&S/ICC Program, Atlanta, Georgia (October, 2000). ■ Moderator, “How Arbitrators Can Make Hearings Fairer and More Efficient”, American Arbitration Association, Atlanta, Georgia (June, 2000). ■ “ADR in the UK and USA”, ABA Annual Meeting, London (July, 2000). ■ “Exchanges of Documents and Depositions in International Arbitration”, Center for International Legal Studies, Salzburg, Austria (June, 2000). ■ “The Design Blueprint; Key Aspects of Every Architectural and Engineering Contract”, Public Owner's Seminar, Association of County Commissioners, Atlanta, Georgia (November, 1999). ■ Construction Law Handbook, Chap. 2, “Visions for the Next Millennium”, Aspen Law and Business Publications (1999). ■ “The Design Contract”, Construction Law For the General Practitioner, Continuing Legal Education Institute (October, 1999). ■ “Construction Law Update”, Advanced Construction Law Program; Institute of Continuing Legal Education (March, 1999). ■ “The Five Most Important Clauses in Every Construction Contract”, Institute for Continuing Legal Education (October, 1998). ■ “No Damages For Delay; The Law in Georgia”, ABA Construction Litigation Committee, Monograph Chapter (September, 1998). ■ “Guarantees of Performance”, Center for International Legal Studies, Salzburg, Austria (June, 1998). ■ Chair, Atlanta Bar Association Regional Seminar on “The New AIA Documents”, Atlanta, Georgia (May, 1998). ■ “Selected Contracting Issues”, Arthur Andersen/King & Spalding Seminar for Emerging Companies (April, 1998). ■ “Construction Lawyering in the 21st Century”, ABA Forum on the Construction Industry Annual Meeting, Orlando, Florida (April, 1998). ■ “Model Dispute Resolution Clauses for Domestic and International Agreements”, Advanced Technology Development Center, Atlanta, Georgia (June, 1997). ■ “Mastering Mediation--5 Steps to Successful ADR”, ABA Section of Litigation Annual Meeting, Washington, DC (April, 1997). ■ “Value Engineering Legal Services For the Construction Industry”, 1997 Construction Industry Institute, Annual Conference, St. Louis, Missouri (March, 1997). ■ “Evolution of ADR Techniques for Major Construction Projects in the Nineties and Beyond”, Construction Law Journal (Sweet & Maxwell, 1996). ■ “Construction and Procurement Law”, Fulton County Daily Report―Legal Trends (May, 1995). ■ Moderator, “Getting The Most Out Of Mediation”, AAA, Atlanta, Georgia (November, 1993). ■ “Nuts and Bolts of Alternate Dispute Resolution”, Institute of Continuing Legal Education, Environmental and ADR Law Seminar, Atlanta, Georgia (December, 1994). ■ “Evolution of ADR Techniques for Major Construction Projects in the Nineties and Beyond; A Proposal for a Paradigm”, International Bar Association, 25th Biennial Conference, Melbourne, Australia (November, 1994). ■ “Advanced ADR Drafting and Practice Techniques For Litigation and Transactional Lawyers”, K&S University (October, 1994). ■ “ADR and Construction Litigation; Where They Will Meet in the Nineties”, ABA Litigation Section, Washington DC (November, 1993). ■ “Construction Industry: Building the Case for Mediation”, 47 Arbitration Journal 38 (June, 1992). ■ Contributing editor: Construction Business Review (CBR) case digests and occasional articles (1991-1995). ■ Contributing author: The Troubled Construction Loan (John Wiley & Sons, 1991). ■ “New Goals for Construction Trial Lawyers in the 1990s: To Be Both Effective and Economical”, 6 Change Order 6 (N.C. Bar Association, November, 1991). ■ Contributing author: Annotated Commercial Blanket Bond (American Bar Association, Rev. 1990). ■ Contributing author: Payment Bond Defense Manual (American Bar Association, 1990). ■ Contributing editor: Subrogation Rights of Surety (American Bar Association, 1990). ■ Contributing author: Business Insurance Law and Practice Guide (Matthew Bender, 1989). ■ Contributing author: Construction Litigation: Strategies and Techniques (John Wiley & Sons, 1989). ■ Case Notes Editor: The Construction Lawyer (American Bar Association, 1989-1994). ■ “When ADR May Not Work”, 6 The Complete Lawyer 36 (Spring 1989). ■ “Arbitration Requires a Savvy Lawyer”, 6 The Complete Lawyer 25 (Summer 1989). ■ “Arbitration Evolves to Meet the Times”, 6 The Complete Lawyer 40 (Fall 1989). ■ “The Contract, The First Chance for ADR”, 6 The Complete Lawyer 46 (Winter 1989). ■ Contributing author: Annotated Bankers Blanket Bond (American Bar Association, Rev. 1988). ■ “Surety's Performance Over Protest of Principal”, 22 Tort & Insurance Practice Journal 133 (Fall 1986). ■ “Payment and Performance Bond Coverages and Claims”, 41 Arbitration Journal 64 (1986). ■ “Surety's Liability for Extra-compensatory (Punitive) Damages”, National Institute, American Bar Association (1983). ■ “Causation and Loss,” “Exclusions” and “Bankers Blanket Bond”, appearing in Bank Insurance, (Banking Law Institute 1982-1984). ■ “An Analysis of Bank Defenses to Check Forgery and Alteration Claims Under Uniform Commercial Codes, Articles 3 and 4; Claimant's Negligence and Failure to give Notice”, 10 Pepperdine Law Review 1 (1982). ■ “Negligence and Notice Theories in Bank UCC Defenses and Bond Coverage Implications”, 17 The Forum 284 (1981). ■ “Mass Administrative Justice: A Comparison of the British and American Experiences”, Master of Letters Thesis, Oxford University, England (1979). ■ “The First Amendment and the Delivery of Legal Services”, 63 American Bar Association Journal 945 (1977) (Winning article, ABA Ross Essay Contest). Contributing author: ■ “Survey of Georgia Law: Administrative Law”, 29 Mercer Law Review 1 (Winter 1977). ■ Contributing author: “Survey of Georgia Law: Administrative Law”, 26 Mercer Law Review 1 (Fall 1974). ■ Contributing author: “Survey of Georgia Law: Administrative Law”, 25 Mercer Law Review 1 (Spring 1973). ■ Contributing author: “Survey of Georgia Law: Administrative Law”, 24 Mercer Law Review 1 (Winter 1973). ■ “The First Amendment Freedom of Speech: A Rediscovery of Absolutes”, 25 Mercer Law Review 473 (Spring 1972). ■ Contributing editor: Code of Laws, Fulton County, Georgia (Municipal Code Corporation, 1965).

Miscellaneous:

■ International Bar Association ■ London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA) ■ American Bar Association ■ State Bar of Georgia and Atlanta Bar Association ■ Ford Foundation, Africa-Asia Fellow with with service to the Supreme Court of Pakistan (1967-1968)

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