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Richard W. Naimark

International Center for Dispute Resolution(ICDR)/American Arbitration Association (AAA)
Senior Vice President
New York, NY, USA


Richard W. Naimark is Senior Vice President of American Arbitration Association in charge of International of the International Center for Dispute Resolution (ICDR). He is the founder and former Executive Director of the Global Center for Dispute Resolution Research which conducted research in arbitration and ADR for disputes in cross-border transactions. Mr. Naimark is an experienced mediator and facilitator, having served as a neutral in a wide variety of organizational settings. Experience includes work with the United Nations (UNCITRAL); government; universities; corporate; construction; computer; real estate; land use; insurance; and non-profit subject areas.

Mr. Naimark is also responsible for legislative monitoring functions and has held positions responsible for Strategy, Outreach, E-Commerce, and most other areas of operations.

Since joining the Association in 1975, Mr. Naimark has conducted hundreds of seminars and training programs on dispute resolution and is co-editor of the book Toward a Science of International Arbitration. Articles recently published include Arbitrators Do Not "Split-the-Baby": Empirical Evidence from International Business Arbitration, International Private Commercial Arbitration: Expectations and Perceptions of Attorneys and Business People, and Analysis Of UNCITRAL Questionnaires On Interim Relief. Mr. Naimark earned a Masters of Science - Business Policy in 1983, from Columbia Business School and is a graduate of the University of Rhode Island (B.A., 1975).

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