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CDRS INTERNATIONAL PANELS

The International Construction Industry is increasing its use of ADR to settle international construction disputes and is quickly learning of the benefits of utilizing ADR as opposed to International Courts to settle construction disputes. CDRS is committed to provide the International Construction Industry with construction ADR Specialists to assist parties in dispute with the settlement of their disputes.

The CDRS International ADR Program provides for two separate Panels of International Construction ADR Specialists. The “CDRS Foreign International Panel” is comprised of ADR Specialists who are actually located in foreign countries outside of the United States. The “CDRS Domestic International Panel” will be comprised of ADR Specialists who reside in the United States who either fluently speaks one or more foreign languages or is experienced in conducting ADR processes in countries outside of the United States.

All members of the CDRS International Panels will be required to submit the required documents that are located in the “International Independent Contractor Information” section on the CDRS website. International applicants will have their backgrounds and experienced reviewed by the CDRS Credentials Department in a similar process that all members of the CDRS National Panel of Construction ADR Specialists are required to follow prior to their approval.

All members of the “CDRS National Panel of Construction ADR Specialists” are required to complete the two-day CDRS Arbitration Training Course if they would like to serve as an arbitrator in order to handle arbitrations in the United States on behalf of CDRS. All members of the “CDRS National Panel of Construction ADR Specialists” are required to attend the one-day CDRS Dispute Review Board Training Course if they would like to serve on a Dispute Review Board or Construction Settlement Panel in the United States on behalf of CDRS. Both training courses are conducted by the CDRS Dispute Resolution Training Institute. All new members of the CDRS International Panels will be required to complete the “Basic International Arbitration Training Course” conducted by the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArb) if they would like to serve as arbitrators on a CDRS International Panel. All members of the CDRS International Panels will be required to complete either the CDRS Dispute Review Board Training Course as conducted by the CDRS Dispute Resolution Training Institute or the CDRS Dispute Review Board Training Course as conducted by the CIArb.

International Map of CDRS Foreign International Specialists

Red dots indicate locations of CDRS Foreign International Specialists.

CDRS FOREIGN INTERNATIONAL ADR PANEL
Alphabetical by country
Click on the Specialist’s name below to see their Biographies.
* Biographies will be posted on this website in the near future.
Please call CDRS for information on ADR Specialists listed below.

Expertise

M- Mediator

A- Arbitrator

D- Dispute Review Board

E- Expert Witness

Country & Name

Location

Languages spoken

Expertise

       
AUSTRALIA      
Majeed. Farok  New South Wales   M,A*,E
       
BELGIUM  
Buyse, William *  Bocholt   M,A*,E
       
CANADA      
       
Hand, Jeffrey * Vancouver   M,A*,E
Naftolin, Stanley * Toronto   M,A*,E
       
Rushowy, Robert * Toronto   M,A*,E
       
ENGLAND      
       
Nigel Grout Northampton   M,A,E
Armes, Murray * Surrey   M,A,E
       
INDIA      
       
Saravanan, Dhandapani * Chennal   M,A*,E
       
MEXICO      
       
Woss, Herfried Col. Lomas de Chapultepec   M,A,E
       
PUERTO RICO      
       
Llop, Alfredo* San Juan   M,E
       
ROMAINA      
       
Niculescu, Florin Bucharest   M,E
       
SPAIN      
      M,A*,E
Alonso, Arturo * Madrid    
       
       
       

A* - Were not required to take the CIArb training course.


 
After the ADR Specialists name are the countries in which they have practiced
ADR (but not limited to those countries), then languages spoken and expertise.
Languages spoken - other than English

Expertise

M- Mediator

A- Arbitrator

D- Dispute Review Board

E- Expert Witness

Country & Name

Countries of Experience

Languages spoken

Expertise

       
CALIFORNIA      
David Jenkins Mexico, Uruguay, Costa Rica, Argentina Spanish M,E
       
COLORADO
Arkin, Harry  United Kingdom   M,A,D,E
       
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA      
       
Bender, Daniel Brazil   M,E
Farrar, Olivia    French M,A,D,E
       
IOWA      
       
Koehn, William Netherlands, Canada   M,A,D,E
       
MARYLAND      
       
Carr, Frank Croatia, Nepal, Serbia, Bulgaria, Egypt   M,E
       
MASSACHUSETTS      
       
Guschov, Dem     M,A,D,E
       
NEW JERSEY      
       
Bernikow, Piedad   Spanish, Portuguese M,A,D,E
       
NEW YORK      
       
Robert Wilkinson Egypt, Yemen   M,A,D,E
       
TEXAS      
       
Poster, Jeffrey   Spanish M,A,D,E
       
VIRGINIA
       
Ann Rackas Pate Europe, Australia Lithuanian M,A,E
       
WASHINGTON      
       
Day, Peter United Kingdom French, German M,A,D,E