Commercial and International Construction Law Arbitrator, Mediator and Attorney - Deborah Mastin Mediation and Arbitration
Deborah Bovarnick Mastin mediates and arbitrates large complex construction disputes arising from infrastructure projects in the USA and internationally, including airports, electrical power plants, energy distribution systems, solid waste and water treatment facilities, highways, tunnels, bridges, and schools, as well as commercial development projects including resort properties, marinas, retail complexes, and large scale residential development projects.
Ms. Mastin is a Fellow of: American College of Construction Lawyers, College of Commercial Arbitrators, Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, and Dispute Board Federation.
She is listed on arbitration and mediation panels of American Arbitration Association (Large Complex Case Panel, Mega Projects Panel, Master Mediator, International Centre for Dispute Resolution, Dispute Review Board Panel), International Institute for Conflict Prevention and Resolution (Construction Panel and Commercial Panel), and Trinidad and Tobago Dispute Resolution Centre.
She is a member of the London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA), the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), and the American Bar Association Forum on Construction Law Governing Committee. She is a Florida Board Certified Construction Lawyer, and a Florida certified circuit court mediator.
As a former Assistant County Attorney for Miami-Dade County and for Broward County, FL, Ms. Mastin represented counties in connection with procurement, development, construction, and operation of public facilities, including US$ 7 billion expansion at Miami International Airport; US$ 2 billion expansion at Ft. Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport; County Hall; courthouses; museums; performing arts centers; stadiums; Metrozoo; power plants and energy savings agreements; public transit and light rail systems; environmental remediation; communications, data networks, and other information technology systems acquisitions; and copyrights and other intellectual property. She was involved in drafting contracts as well as litigating claims in state and federal courts.
Ms. Mastin graduated from Northeastern University School of Law (JD) and MIT School of Architecture and Planning (SB).