Lucienne C. Bulow
290 West End Avenue
New York, NY 10023
Instructor, Stern College for Women, 1971-73; Manager-Maritime Claims, Bunge Corporation, 1973-81; Vice President - Arbitration, Continental Grain Company, 1981-00; Commissioner of Pilots of the State of New York, 2000 to present.
Society of Maritime Arbitrators (SMA) (Past President; currently, Board of Governors); Maritime Law Association of the U.S.; North American Grain Export Association (NAEGA); Connecticut Maritime Association; Society for Industrial Archeology; London Maritime Arbitrators Association.
Society of Maritime Arbitrators (SMA), AAA Commercial Panel; The International Centre for Dispute Resolution (ICDR) Panel of Neutrals and Mediators; Energy Arbitrators List of ICDR (EAL);
ICC Panel; NAEGA Panel of Grain Arbitrators; The Singapore Chamber of Maritime Arbitration (SCMA); The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA).
Since 1980, appointed in over 650 cases as party-appointed, sole arbitrator or chairman. Many awards are published in the Award Service of the SMA. Issued many ICDR awards. Cases involved maritime and commodity disputes; delay; damages; ship sales/management; cargo claims; storage; containers; navigation; terminals; floating rigs; telecommunications; energy; securities. From 1974 to 2011, represented former employers in over 600 maritime/commodities cases on documents and in person before London arbitrators under English law and before N.Y. SMA and AAA panels.
“Adverse Inference in New York Maritime Arbitrations,” Papers of the Connecticut Maritime Association, 2015; “Time and Expense in New York Maritime Arbitration,” Papers of the International Congress of Maritime Arbitrators (ICMA), 2012; “Consolidation in New York Maritime Arbitration,” ICMA, 2009; “Charter Party Consequences of Maritime Security Initiatives: Potential Disputes and Responsive Clauses,” J.L. & Com., vol. 37, no. 1, January 2006; “A User's Experience of London and New York Arbitrations,” Europ. Transport L., vol. XXXIII, no. 3, 1998; “The Revised Arbitration Rules of the Society of Maritime Arbitrators.” J. Int’l Arb., Vol. 12, No. 1, March 1995; “Dangerous Cargoes - The Responsibilities and Liabilities of the Various Parties,” Lloyd's Mar. and Comm. L.Q., August 1989; “Consequential Damages and the Duty to Mitigate in New York Maritime Arbitrations,” Lloyd's Mar. and Comm. L.Q., November 1986; “Speed and Consumption Claims from the Viewpoint of the Disputants,” ICMA, 1981.