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  • broader category :
    Practitioners associated with Arbitration
    Arbitrators, mediators (and other neutrals), experts, counsel, lawyers, researchers, librarians and all others working in the general field of non-court dispute resolution.
    This category also includes professional practices
    The listing is split over 24 pages, alphabetically.

  • Marcin Majewski & Partnerzy external link
    The firm offers services in commercial arbitration in Poland.

  • Margolius, Jerry external link
    South Africa - Cape Town - Specialising in Property Disputes, Land Values, Rental, Building and Sectional Title. Professional Property Valuer.

  • Marshall, Colin external link
    “A Chartered Civil Engineer and Arbitrator with 35 years of professional experience in the public and private sectors who has specialised in the procurement, administration and supervision of construction projects around the world.”
    Nassau, Bahamas.
    see also FIDIC and Dispute Resolution Board Foundation websites.

  • McRae, Mara external link
    Concentration in commercial litigation and international arbitration.

  • Michaelson and Wallace external link
    Law firm providing arbitration and mediation principally of intellectual property, telecommunications and public utility disputes; as well as intellectual property practice specializing in complex electronic, software and computer-based technology

  • Morris, Richard external link

    Richard Morris is an Arbitrator, Adjudicator and Expert Witness specialising in forensic delay analysis.

  • Note
      Most of the links that are or will be provided in this category of the site are self-nominated by the individuals or organisations concerned.
      The links are moderated for relevance and appropriateness.
      However, links to individual practitioners pose a particular problem in that there is no universally accepted 'standard' for an arbitrator. Indeed in most, if not all, jurisdictions anyone of sound mind who has reached their majority may act as an arbitrator. So it is up to the party or parties that appoint an arbitrator to satisfy themselves that the candidate is appropriate.
      This site cannot either vet potential arbitrators' suitability, nor confirm the accuracy of the statements they make about themselves.
      Nevertheless we hope that the information will help in your search.


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