John T. Blankenship
Senior Partner, Blankenship & Blankenship - Practicing attorney for 30 years with practice emphasis on construction, real estate, commercial/business litigation. Majority of practice is in construction law and construction litigation/arbitration representing general contractors, construction managers, subcontractors, sureties, subcontractors, architects, engineers, developers, and owners involving residential and commercial projects.
ADR education and training experience includes: AAA Webinar, How to Become a More Innovative Neutral or Advocate: Applying Cutting Edge Innovation Management Techniques to Your ADR Practice, 2012; Faculty, AAA, Discovery: When is Enough, Enough?, 2011; Faculty, AAA Managing Your First Arbitration Hearing, 2010; College of Commercial Arbitrators Annual Meeting, 2011, 2009, 2008; AAA, Construction Conference: ADR Works, 2008; Mediation - A Valuable Tool for Litigators Seminar, 2006; Attended AAA Neutrals Conference, 2006, 2004; AAA Pro Se: Managing Cases Involving Self-Represented Parties (ACE002), 2006; AAA Dealing With Delay Tactics in Arbitration (ACE004), 2006; University of Missouri, School of Law, Understanding Conflict, 2006; University of Missouri, School of Law, Cross-Cultural Negotiations, 2005.
Middle Tennessee State University (BS-1973); University of Tennessee, School of Law (JD-1977).