In his first three years as an arbitrator he has been appointed in more than 60 references of which he has heard 40, half of which as chair or sole arbitrator. The references include:
Chair in two unrelated ad hoc coverage disputes between US insured and London market insurers relating to product liability.
Chair in three unrelated ad hoc shipbuilding disputes between Chinese builders and Greek buyers.
Chair in two unrelated LMAA charter party disputes relating respectively to capture of vessel by pirates off Somalia and trade union action in Australia.
Chair in a SIAC arbitration between Malaysian and Indonesian parties to a joint venture to provide satellite television to Indonesia.
Sole arbitrator in an ICC arbitration between US and Nigerian parties relating to the supply of aircraft parts.
Sole arbitrator in an LCIA arbitration relating to the payment of commission for arms sales to the Middle East.
Chair in an LCIA arbitration relating to the mismanagement of securities.
Chair in a DIAC arbitration between Middle Eastern parties relating to the sale of shares in a Qatari company.
Co-arbitrator in an ad hoc arbitration relating to a joint venture for the construction of port facilities in the Ukraine.
Co-arbitrator in an ICC arbitration relating to a joint venture to develop a port in Turkey.
Co-arbitrator in an ICC arbitration relating to a long term contract for the sale of steel to international buyers.
Co-arbitrator in an IAMA arbitration in Melbourne relating to the charter of an FPSO for use in an oil field off the coast of Australia.
Co-arbitrator in an ad hoc arbitration to determine liability for a fatal air accident in South America.
Co-arbitrator in an LCIA dispute between Hong Kong and Israeli parties relating to the provision of satellite broadcasting facilities in Israel.