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  Arbitration Services
  Mediation Services

 


Arbitration Services.
Providing arbitration and mediation services is the principal focus of "Lane ADR Services." Mr. Lane frequently serves as an arbitrator in a broad range of disputes involving the construction of power-generating facilities, chemical process plants, "heavy" civil and commercial projects. He is a member of the American Arbitration Association's National Roster of Neutrals for Large Complex Construction Cases and has been selected as an arbitrator in cases administered under the Rules of the International Center for Dispute Resolution (ICDR), the London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA), International Institute for Conflict Prevention and Resolution (CPR) and JAMS. Mr. Lane also has been appointed to serve in privately administered "ad hoc" arbitration proceedings. The following are examples of recent arbitration experiences:
- Extended AAA arbitration proceedings involving construction claims on a new super-critical coal-fired power generation facility
- JAMS arbitration proceedings involving construction claims on a retro-fit steel processing facility
- Four ad hoc arbitration proceedings involving construction claims on new power generation facilities
- Two AAA arbitration proceedings involving construction claims on commercial development/rehabilitation projects
- Three ICDR arbitration proceedings involving construction claims on overseas Government facilities
- Several AAA/ICDR arbitration proceedings involving construction claims on industrial and energy projects
- LCIA arbitration proceedings involving construction claims on US Army facilities in Iraq
- CPR arbitration proceedings involving construction claims on a power generating facility
- Ad hoc "facilitation" of a dispute involving construction claims on a project in Afghanistan
- "Early Neutral Evaluator" in two unrelated disputes involving the construction of high-profile cable-stay and bascule bridge projects

Mediation Services.
Mr. Lane has successfully mediated numerous construction disputes on a variety of industrial and commercial projects. He is a member of the American Arbitration Association's Panel of Mediators. His expertise in understanding the subtleties of legal and technical points, schedules, and claim pricing allows him to quickly and effectively evaluate the parties' negotiating positions. Ex parte submittals and discussions in advance of plenary mediation sessions are encouraged to facilitate the efficient use of time. Lump-sum daily rates are negotiated based on the level of effort and the time required to reach a conclusion. Expenses are charged at cost. Two-day mediations are strongly recommended in order to permit sufficient time to achieve settlement.

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