Michael Evan Jaffe is a partner in Pillsbury's Arbitration & Alternative Dispute Resolution group and is located in the firm's Washington, D.C. office. During his more than 30 years of practice, Mr. Jaffe has focused on dispute resolution internationally in arbitrations under various international arbitral regimes (including ICC, ICDR, SIAC, and ICSID) and domestically (AAA and JAMS) in arbitration (including AAA and JAMS) proceedings and court proceedings. A significant part of his work has involved representing owners, contractors and other stakeholders in projects ranging from infrastructure and energy facilities, the design and implementation of process facilities, sports stadiums, roads, bridges, hospitals and a wide variety of other commercial projects. He has acted as counsel and as an arbitrator in many international and domestic arbitrations, has been counsel in numerous mediation proceedings involving both international and domestic matters. Mr. Jaffe's work in arbitral proceedings has included projects in North America, South America, the Caribbean, Mexico, Europe, and Asia. Mr. Jaffe is a member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators and is appointed to the ICDR's Energy Arbitrators List. Mr. Jaffe is also an adjunct professor teaching a clinic in international arbitration at American University's Washington College of Law.