Lucy Greenwood is an independent arbitrator specializing in commercial disputes. She has over 20 years of experience in commercial arbitrations in a wealth of different industries. She is highly regarded for her prompt, efficient resolution of disputes and active case management of arbitrations and is recognized in Who's Who Arbitration, Legal 500 and Global Arbitration Review. She is a Chartered Arbitrator, a Texas attorney and a Solicitor of the Supreme Court of England and Wales.
She is Immediate Past Chair, North America Branch of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, Chair, International Committee, Dispute Resolution Section, American Bar Association, Founder, the Alliance for Equality in Dispute Resolution, Former Board Member, ArbitralWomen.
Her extensive experience includes: arbitrations involving transportation of heavy oil, consideration of complex contractual provisions regarding pricing and liquidated damages, emergency proceedings in relation to joint operating agreement disputes, energy exploration and developments and FPSO facilities offshore, fracking disputes and rig lease agreements, emergency proceedings to secure release of land based drilling rig; coal mining and power plants, buoyancy devices and manufacture of maritime chains; sports licensing issues, non payment of royalty obligations, software licenses, IT patent licensing disputes, license and distribution agreement relating to friction materials, polyethylene tubing involving warranty claims, joint venture agreements and royalty issues, agency dispute regarding professional sports management, IP rights in the music industry, telecommunications, soft drinks and aircraft, charterparty arbitrations; financial services issues including market timing, IPOs and insurance disputes.
Lucy Greenwood is listed on the following panel rosters - AAA Panel of Commercial Arbitrators, ICDR Panel, National Arbitration and Mediation Panel, Neutrals Panel for Federation of Integrated Conflict Management, CPR Institute
AiADR (Asian Alternative Dispute Resolution), ACICA (Australian Centre for International Dispute Resolution)
HKIAC (Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre), Asian International Arbitration Centre, Singapore International Arbitration Centre, Arbitrators’ Roster for the American Chamber of Commerce, Jamaica, Arbitrators’ Roster for the Houston Maritime Arbitration Association, Dispute Adjudication Service Presidential Panel and on the lists of numerous arbitral institutions, as well as on Global Arbitration Review's Arbitrator Research Tool.
Additional information about her education and background, experience as arbitrator and counsel, professional activities and publications is available in her resume which can be downloaded here