Join the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators Trinidad and Tobago Chapter on Wednesday 20th April 2022 for the first instalment in our series on Dispute Adjudication Boards (DABs). This Panel Discussion will explore "A Three-Step Checklist for Maximizing the Use of Dispute Adjudication Boards (DABs) on Construction Projects in the Caribbean", featuring regional and global experts Shan Greer, Peter Morris and John Dowse.
In this lively session, the panellists will discuss:
Shan Greer is an international arbitrator, mediator and advocate associated with Arbitra International. She has over 20 years of experience advising clients on a wide variety of commercial transactions and disputes with specific expertise in construction law. She has successfully handled a wide variety of transactions and disputes across multiple jurisdictions in the Caribbean, Europe and North America. She qualified as a barrister and solicitor in England and has a Master from Kings College London in Construction Law and Dispute Resolution.
Peter Morris is a Chartered Quantity Surveyor based in Port of Spain, Trinidad, who has been involved in many large Building Construction, Civil Engineering & Petro-Chemical Projects in the Caribbean region over more than 40 years. Peter is Managing Director of Project Management Group Limited, a Fellow of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, a Member of the Institute of Arbitrators, and has served as Case Manager on multiple Dispute Adjudication Boards across several jurisdictions.
John Dowse is a Senior Managing Director at Ankura based in Toronto, Canada. He has over 37 years of experience, globally, of diverse construction, engineering, consulting and dispute advisory services, and holds both construction and legal qualifications. John has authored and presented expert reports in negotiations, mediations, arbitration and litigation, in several jurisdictions. He is an experienced neutral, having acted as arbitrator, adjudicator, DAB/DRB, and mediator. He also lectures and provides mentorship and training in related subjects.