Selected Publications and Speaking Engagements


The Explosion of New Construction Technologies - What do the Really Mean for Bond Producers and Sureties and their Principals? – Suretybondquarterly-Digital.Com, 2022


BIM, Blockchain and Smart Contracts – ABA Forum on Construction Law Plenary Session, Midwinter Meeting, January 23, 2020


Protocols for Best Practices in Project Communication – ABA Forum on Construction Law Luncheon Presentation, Midwinter Meeting, January 23, 2020


Shaping Tomorrow’s Leaders of the AEC IndustryHigh Profile, December 23, 2019.


Keynote Speaker, Bald Hill Builders Training Retreat, September 16, 2019


Developing a Culture of Communication – Guest Lecturer, Principles in Construction II, University of Connecticut School of Engineering, April 17, 2019


Technology in Construction Contracts: Current Best Practices and Future ChallengesPanelist – ABA Forum on Construction Law Webinar, December 13, 2018


Digital Due Diligence: Ensuring Your Construction Contract Doesn't Set You Up for Technology Heartache, Panelist – ENR Webinar, February 7, 2018


The Future of the Design and Construction Industry: Construction Industry Conversations, Construction Institute (2018) co-editor.


The 2017 A201 Deskbook, American Bar Association (2017) contributing author (Chapter 13).


Improving Construction Productivity: Why we are not asking the right question. New England Real Estate Journal, July 21, 2017.


How to Successfully Integrate a Project Team, New England Real Estate Journal, December 16, 2016


Transforming a Fractured Industry: Employing ADR Techniques to Improve Collaboration in the Construction Industry, New York Dispute Resolution Lawyer, NYSBA, Fall 2016, Vol. 9, No. 3


When Every Dollar Counts: Building Smarter Through Collaboration, New England Real Estate Journal, July 2016.


Eat the Frog First: Using Damages as an Effective Tool for Dispute Resolution, presented at the 18th Annual Spring Conference of the ABA Dispute Resolution Section, April 7, 2016, NY, NY


Mediating Discovery Disputes: When “Meet and Confer” Alone is not Enough, Nancy Greenwald & Marian Riedy, Cardozo Journal of Conflict Resolution, Vol. 17, No. 2 2016


Working Together to Harness the Power of Innovation and Collaboration: How to Transform a Fractured IndustryKeynote speech at “Building Smarter with Big Data,”  conference co-hosted by the Stanford Center for Integrated Facility Engineering (CIFE) and LKG Advisors LLC, November 9, 2015, Santa Clara, CA


Planning for Conflict: What Business Leaders and Lawyers Need to Know About Dispute Resolution and Dispute Related Contract Clauses, a CLE presentation of the Fairfax Bar Association Dispute Resolution and Business Law Sections, Section Reston, Virginia, October 14, 2015


Practical Strategies for Effective Conflict Resolution: What Lawyers Need to Know About Using Dispute Resolution Methods and Drafting Dispute-Related Contract Clauses, a CLE presentation of the District of Columbia Bar Association, Washington, DC, October 13, 2015


Cross-Industry Collaboration, Testimony before the National Institute of Building Sciences, September 25, 2015

Discovery in Arbitration, ABA Forum on Construction Law, Scottsdale, Arizona, January 29, 2015


A Creative Proposal for Dispute Systems Design For Construction Projects Employing BIMJournal of Legal Affairs and Dispute Resolution in Engineering and Construction, Greenwald, N. (2013), 5(1), 2–5. doi: 10.1061/(ASCE)LA.1943-4170.0000106;


An Assault on the Spearin doctrine: How AIA A201-2007 Shifts the Risks for Design Defects to the ContractorVirginia Lawyer, October 2010, Vol. 59.


Teaching, Construction Institute

  • Contract Interpretation in Conflict Resolution: Managing Project Disputes in the Real World
  • Negotiation and Conflict Resolution Skills You Can Use
  • Becoming a Problem Solver – Dealing with conflict as a normal part of business 




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