Philip Lane Bruner
333 South Seventh Street
Minneapolis, MN 55402
Engaged in the private practice of law in Minneapolis from 1967 to 2007, the last 17 years of which were as Senior Partner and Head of the Construction Law Group of the international law firm of Faegre and Benson LLP (now Faegre, Baker Daniels) with offices then in Minneapolis, Denver, Des Moines, Boulder, London, Frankfurt and Shanghai.
Founding Fellow and past President of The American College of Construction Lawyers; Honourary Fellow of The Canadian College of Construction Lawyers; Fellow of The International Academy of Construction Lawyers; Fellow of the College of Commercial Arbitrators; Chartered Arbitrator and Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (London); Overseas Member of Britain’s Society of Construction Arbitrators; Fellow of The American College of Civil Trial Mediators; Certified Mediator, International Mediation Institute (The Hague); Advisory Board Member of the Institute of Transnational Arbitration; Member of The National Academy of Distinguished Neutrals; Fellow of the National Contract Management Association; and Life Fellow of the American Bar Foundation.
JAMS International, International Chamber of Commerce, London Court of International Arbitration, Institute of Energy Arbitration.
Over 100 arbitrations as counsel, and over 20 as chair or arbitrator of arbitral tribunals constituted under rules of the ICC, LCIA, JAMS, AAA/ICDR, and UNCITRAL. See, CVs at www.jamsadr.com, www.jamsinternational.com, and www.philbruner.com.
Co-author with Patrick J. O’Connor, Jr. of BRUNER & O’CONNOR ON CONSTRUCTION LAW (ThomsonReuters/West 2002, supplemented annually), the 12 volume, 11,000 page legal treatise regarded as the most authoritative ever written on American law governing the building process and building dispute resolution, and cited as legal authority in more than 300 judicial opinions reported by U.S. federal and state courts. Author or co-author of more than 50 professional articles, such as Dual Track Proceedings in Arbitration and Litigation: Reducing the Peril of “Double Jeopardy” by Consolidation, Joinder and Appellate Arbitration, 31 Int’l Constr. L. Rev. 537 (October 2014). Chair of many professional conferences, and presenter of over 350 lectures to professional and industry audiences in North America, Europe, and Asia, such as international law conferences held in Barcelona, Calgary, Chicago, Halifax, Hong Kong, Istanbul, Kuala Lumpur, London, Los Angeles, Manila, Melbourne, New York, Nice, Princeton, Quebec City, San Francisco, Sao Paulo, Singapore, Toronto, Vancouver, Warsaw and Washington DC.