LLB, FCI Arb (Lond), FAMINZ (Arb/Med)
Arbitration - Mediation - Early Neutral Evaluation - Expert Determination
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Phillip Green has over 30 years active experience in alternative dispute resolution. Phillip is a mediator, chartered arbitrator and adjudicator. He also facilitates conflict management for groups. He writes, lectures, trains and examines on ADR. Phillip currently holds the position of Adjunct Professor in the Massey University College of Business (Dispute Resolution). This is a part-time position and Phillip is also fully engaged in the practice and work of being a mediator, arbitrator and adjudicator. Phillip is Founding President and a Fellow of the Arbitrators’ and Mediators’ Institute of New Zealand ('AMINZ'), a Fellow and Charted Arbitrator of the Chartered Institute of Arbitration in London and is on both the mediation and arbitration panels of AMINZ. He is also on the panel for appointment as a Construction Contracts Act 2002 adjudicator. He has international arbitration experience, both as counsel and as arbitrator. His mediation experience is diverse and includes mediations between two or more parties and community based mediation involving a range of interest groups. He is a member of LEADR.
Phillip's construction dispute experience spans over 30 years and includes house, factory and commercial construction disputes, road construction, large retaining wall construction, dam construction, airport tarmac, gas pipeline construction, geothermal pipeline construction and geothermal powerstation construction.
As a barrister Phillip has appeared before the Court of Appeal; High Court; Environment Court; Employment Court; the Waitangi Tribunal; the Taxation Review Authority; Statutory Disciplinary Boards; Commissions of Inquiry; and a range of other statutory authorities.
He has had wide experience as a barrister practicing in the areas of civil law, commercial law, insurance law, construction law, resource management and local authority issues, relationship property, employment law, Treaty of Waitangi claims, valuation issues, partnership issues and medical practice issues.