•Partner with Dingess, Foster, Luciana, Davidson & Chleboski LLP, March 2010 - Present
•Partner with K&L Gates, 2004 - February 2010
•Associate with K&L Gates, 1994 - 2003
•Allegheny County Bar Association, Construction Law Section
•American Bar Association, Construction Law Section
•Pennsylvania State Bar Association
•“EPC Contracting - Is It As Easy as ABC,” presented at the Construction SuperConference, San Francisco, CA (2009).
•“Allocating Risk in Today’s Marketplace” presented at the Construction SuperConference, San Francisco, CA (2007).
•“The Effective Expert Witness: What Compels an Arbitrator, judge and/or Jury?” presented at the Construction SuperConference, San Francisco, CA (2007).
•Co-Author, “Overview of Arbitration in Latin America,” presented at Topical issues in International Arbitration, March 23, 2006.
•“Cross-Border Application of Privilege Doctrines,” ABA Section of International Law 2005 Fall Meeting, October 26, 2005, Brussels, Belgium.
•Co-Author, “Conflicts of Interest in International Arbitration,” presented at Innovative and Cost Effective Ways of Managing International Arbitral Disputes, April 7, 2005, London, England.
•Co-Author, “Life on the Other Side of The Pond - A Look at Some of the More Unique Aspects of American Jurisprudence Relevant to Construction Project,” presented at The Second Global Project Superconference, May 15 - 16, 2003, London, England.
•Co-Author, “Arbitration under Pennsylvania and Federal Law,” presented at Allegheny Bar Association Conference, winter 1996.
• Managing Risk in the Pursuit of Large-Scale Construction Projects, Engineering News-Record, March 25, 2013.
•“Do the New Discovery Procedures of the Construction Industry Arbitration Rules Promote the Traditional Benefits of Arbitration?,” Construction Law and Business, March/April 2001.
•Co-Author, “The Woolf Reforms: Changing a Nation’s Justice System,” Construction Law and Business, Summer 2000.
•Co-Author, “Arbitration of International Construction Disputes,” Construction Law and Business, Spring 2000.
Professional & Bar Association Memberships
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