Arbitration • Mediation • DISPUTE RESOLUTION


Edward Lozowicki is a full-time neutral arbitrator and mediator, and member of the National Panel of Commercial Arbitrators of the American Arbitration Association (“AAA”). During forty years of private law practice he represented clients in the arbitration and litigation of cases involving construction claims and energy contract disputes, and real estate and commercial contract disputes. He also acted as counsel or mediator in numerous mediations involving the same areas of law. Ed has tried many cases before judges, juries, arbitrators and administrative agencies. In his early career he served as corporate counsel at an international construction and building products company where he negotiated contracts and prepared claims on numerous domestic and international construction and energy projects, and represented the company in union grievance arbitration.


Ed has been an arbitrator for the American Arbitration Association for over thirty years. He is a member of AAA’s Construction, Energy, Commercial and Large Complex Case panels. He has served as sole arbitrator, panel member or chair-person in many and varied arbitration cases through hearing and award including disputes involving construction contracts, power purchase agreements, real estate sales agreements, and distribution, vendor-purchaser and other commercial contracts. Ed is also a member of the Active Arbitrator Panel of the California Public Works Contract Arbitration Program, administered by the State Office of Administrative Hearings. He also served as counsel or mediator in many mediations involving construction, energy, and commercial contract disputes. Ed lectures and publishes in the field of Alternative Dispute Resolution, as well as construction and energy law, and is active in professional associations in those industries. Since retiring from private law practice he works full-time as a neutral arbitrator and mediator. In addition, Ed is an Adjunct Professor of Law at the School of Law at Santa Clara University where he teaches Alternative Dispute Resolution.